What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer or other internet-connected device when you visit a website. Cookies are used to track information about your web browser and may have several functions, including remembering login details, language preference, time or date, and other visitor metrics. They’re completely safe and can't be used to run programs or deliver viruses to your device. You can learn more about cookies here (external link).
These cookies determine whether the user is part of an experiment, track user views over a variation and let serve the same variation to the user consistently over multiple visits, and, finally, track completed goals. They are also used to accelerate your future activities on your website. We use different types of cookies, local storage objects, and similar technologies, each storing a different set of data. These cookies do not interfere with the loading or functioning of the web page at all. Also, they collect information that does not personally identify anyone.
Current list of cookies
The following cookies are placed in the visitor's browser to track and test website visitor activity.
Opt out of cookie-based tracking
PageSense provides the option to allow your visitors to choose if they either want to "opt-in or opt-out" of cookie-based tracking on your website. This option is limited to the 'Session Recording' experiment. However, for all the other experiments or tests run on your website, the cookies will automatically start tracking the required user information without any notice.
By giving your visitors the choice to
or decline cookies (while recording a session), you will keep them aware of the
information being tracked and collected. We strongly recommend this as a good practice.
by posting a revised version on this page. So please check back periodically to stay aware of
laws and the
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
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