Cookies are files created by websites you visit. They make your online experience easier by saving browsing information. With cookies, sites can keep you signed in, remember your site preferences, and give you locally relevant content.
Cookies are used by our Analytics, which allows site owners to better understand how visitors interact with their site, which is helping when deciding to make changes that may increase site performance and user experience.
There are two types of cookies:
Session cookies are stored temporarily by the browser until the current browsing session is over. The information they collect is only used during the current session of active website usage; after the visitor leaves the site or closes their browser, the session cookie is removed. Session cookies are widely considered to be safe and integral parts of common website facilities, like shopping carts.
Persistent cookies are used to log a visitor’s activity during multiple visits to a site. They’re stored by the browser even after it’s been closed. A common use for a persistent cookie is to make the authentication procedure easier for users. When the user gives permission, by clicking “Remember Me” on a login page, for example, a persistent cookie is created to store their credentials in the browser. This type of cookie could also be used to keep track of anything the user would want to have preserved for their next visit, like a wish list.
Here at Zoomforth, the cookie age for an account can be set by contacting our Customer Support Team. Setting the cookie expiration will require Users to log in again to the Zoomforth Dashboard after the set cookie expiration.
Contact our Customer Support via in-app chat or email the request to firstname.lastname@example.org.