Introduction

In case you want to classify cookies, by either moving it from one category to another (statistic to marketing, marketing to functional, etc.) or editing the purpose description or data-processor, etc. You can do this by going to the relevant Consent solution and click on the tab: Cookie Settings

!Important! this will only work for the Consent Solution that contains a PUBLIC DOMAIN. So it will only be based on the result returned by our scanner.

Adding a new Custom cookie definition

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First, click on Add Custom Cookie Definition.

In the modal, you choose which cookie you wish to customize in the dropdown list. Choose its categorization and its data-processor. If the data-processor is not yet part of the dropdown list, just choose anyone.
By later changing its values you are creating a new one. - Click Save when you've chosen.

*Currently you cannot pick your own company if they are not already defined as a processor in our system. In order to do that you would have to save a cookie definition with a random processor. Once saved you can then click edit on that same cookie definition and then enter your company name instead of the processor you originally chose. The next time you will create a new cookie definition your company will be in the processor list.

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How to further customize

The new custom definition is now apart of the list and can be further customized by clicking EDIT.

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All values that are NOT greyed-out can be customised.

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Edit the field for each language you have for the solution.

In order to reach compliance according to GDPR, by providing your users with full transparency, we strongly advise you to classify all your cookies and make this a routine part of your recurring website maintenance.

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