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  • Hi Klebsattel, Monique

    After Cookiebot initial scan of the domain it automatically classify some of the cookies which are already "known" (most common). All other cookies that have been found on the website are left 'unclassified' and its your responsibility to classify them appropriate depending on it's purpose. 
    However, you could classify cookies from your Cookiebot account manager when you choose 'Cookies' from the top navigation links/tabs. Under 'Cookies' you would find list of all cookies found on the website and you can categorize them as you wish. You will also find detailed information about each cookies which would help you choose specific cookie category.

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    Spas

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    Klebsattel, Monique

    Hi Spas,

    unfortunately I can only classify different only in the Cookies section, it is impossible to categorize them into local storage. Can you please assist.

    Thanks,

    Monique

     

     

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  • Hi Klebsattel, Monique

    By using Cookiebot you could classify cookies found on your website on 4 different categories. By default those categories are set as follows: "necessary", "preferences", "statistics" and "marketing" in accordance with the types of cookies being set by each script. 
    However, you can change the name of the cookies categories (rename them) but you could not create or delete cookie categories.

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    Spas

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    briyan

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