Updated 10th of February, 2020
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One of the primary purposes of cookies is to provide a convenience feature to save you time – for example, when you return to the same website, the information you previously provided can be retrieved, so you can easily use the features that you customized. We may use “persistent cookies” to save your registration ID and login password for future logins to the site. We may also use “session ID cookies”, which expire after a short period of time or when you close your browser. Session ID cookies are used to identify a particular visit and are used to enable certain features of the site or service, to better understand how you interact with the site and service, and to monitor aggregate usage and web traffic routing on the site. We set a cookie and use local storage in your browser that contains information that we use to identify you for the functional site features described below with respect to our current third party vendors Pardot, Pendo, Intercom, Addthis, Metadata.io, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Zoom, Eventbrite, Meetup, Zapier, Salesforce, Wistia, VWO, Hotjar, Vimeo, YouTube, Zendesk, Google AdWords, Google Tag Manager, and Google Analytics.
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