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Which cookies are used by MailerLite forms

A cookie (otherwise known as an HTTP cookie) is a small piece of data stored on your computer by your web browser while you’re visiting a website. The purpose of a cookie is to help the website keep track of your visits and activity.

MailerLite forms that contain surveys (such as promotions, landing pages, and websites) have the ml_guid localStorage cookie. We utilize this cookie to identify users that submit MailerLite surveys, and we display accurate survey results based on it.

Pop-up forms use a cookie to determine if a website visitor has seen your pop-up or not, and whether or not to show the pop-up again according to your behavior settings.

The cookie used by MailerLite pop-ups is: mailerlite:webform:shown.

If you wish to add cookies to your landing page, you can do so using the code block.

If you’re using the Shopify or Woocommerce integration, store visits and purchases are not tracked using cookies.

Note: You may find that some of your forms contain the cookie: __cfduid. This cookie is set by the CloudFlare service to identify trusted web traffic. You can read more about this cookie here.

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