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How and Why Does WalkMe Use Cookies?

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The WalkMe Player stores data for maintaining WalkMe’s player state, monitoring compilation of Walk-Thru playback, and collecting Analytics. To this end, WalkMe uses first party cookies, third party cookies (local storage), and first party local storage. No personal data is saved and no information about user usage of the website is monitored.

Cookies set by WalkMe are preceded by a “wm-” in their name. WalkMe uses different cookies depending on your WalkMe configuration; for example, we can track user information for completing Walk-Thrus using Cookies or local storage.

Looking to create your own cookies with WalkMe? Check out this article on WalkMe Data.

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