Last Updated: 18 May 2018
A cookie is a small text file that can be placed on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website, app or software platform. They are used to identify your browser and activities of your computer or mobile device on the Deskpro Service and other websites. Any cookie that is set by the website, app or platform owner is known as a “first party cookie”. Whereas a cookie set by parties other than the website, app or platform owner is known as a “third party cookie.” They are used for things like advertising and analytics, and allow organisations to show adverts on other websites.
Essential cookies: These cookies are essential in order for us to provide the features that make up the Services. For example, remembering you have logged in.
Analytics cookies: These cookies collect information on how visitors to our Websites interact with them. These are used to allow us to identify how we can improve your experience of the Websites and marketing campaigns.
Performance cookies: These cookies are non-essential but are used to help enhance the performance and functionality of our Websites. Without some of these cookies, some functionality may not be possible.
Advertising cookies: These cookies are used to create more relevant advertising messages for you. They collect information about your browsing habits to improve your advertising experience.
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You do not have to accept cookies to use the Deskpro Service. However, if you reject the use of all
cookies then certain features on the Deskpro websites may not function properly, which could
result in an inferior experience of our Services.
You are able to change your browser settings to manage cookies in a way that suits you, including when you receive cookies or rejecting cookies altogether. Most browsers are set up to accept cookies by default. To learn more about how to control your cookies, refer to the relevant documentation from your web browser provider:
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We may also use other tracking technologies such as page tags from time to time. These are also known as “tracking pixels” or “gif tags”. They are tiny graphic files that are used to help track website, app, product or email usage information, for example how many times a specific email or page has been viewed. In many instances, these technologies are reliant on cookies, so rejecting cookies will prevent their functioning.