Cookies are text files stored in your computer for authenticating, session tracking (state maintenance) and maintaining specific information about the use and users of our ‘Service’ (“SafariOffice Website”, “the SafariOffice Application or SafariOffice” (such as site preferences).
Cookie files may also be placed in your computer by our trusted third party companies. For more information about cookies, please visit: www.allaboutcookies.org.
Tracking scripts or pixels consist of a small string of software code that can be used for many purposes, including: site traffic reporting, unique visitor counts, advertising auditing and personalization. We do not use advertising cookies.
We have grouped the cookies we use into two categories; functional cookies, analytical cookies. Below you will find a complete list of cookies for each category.
Functional cookies are either essential to using our Service and its features or they allow our Service to remember choices you make to give you better functionality and personal features. These cookies do not contain personal information and are not used for analytical or advertising purposes.
|The ‘safarioffice device id’ cookie a unique identifier for the current device/browser
|‘The user last active’ cookie is a cookie to prevent storing of to many data
|This security cookie is placed by the Laravel framework – on which our Service was built. It protects against cross-site request forgery.
|A token for our API
|The session cookie is used to identify a session instance of a user, which is needed for the Service to operate normally.
Cookies by third parties to be able to provide our Service.
To provide service and support to our customers we use the following applications and services which place cookies needed for their service to operate.
|A tracking script and cookies placed by Zendesk.
|See Zendesk’s cookie page
|Hotjar cookies are used to collect information about how our Service is used. Hotjar translates that information into anonymized visitor recordings, heatmaps and other types of anonymized reports that help us improve the usability of our Service.
|See Hotjar’s cookie page
Analytical cookies are used to gather anonymous information about how our Service is used. The insights we draw from this information help us to improve our Service. None of the analytical information collected contains personal information and it cannot be traced back to you.