Cookies are small files that web pages store in the browser of the user who visits them, and are necessary to provide countless advantages to web navigation to provide interactive services.
The following information on the different possible types of cookies helps you to better understand the functions that they enable:
- Session cookies: these are temporary cookies that are kept in the cookies space of your computer until you leave the website you're using, so no one remains in the user's disk. The information obtained through these cookies serves to enable the operational management for each one of the users that simultaneously access the website.
- Persistent cookies : these are cookies that remaing stored in the cookies space of your computer after you leave the website, and which it will check again the next time you access it in order to remember information to make navegación smoother (access the service directly, without having to log in again) or facilitate the provision of a commercial service (offer products or services related to previous visits).
Cookies exchanged when browsing a website can be:
- Origin cookies: these cookies are generated by the webpage you are visiting.
- Third-party cookies: these are cookies which are received when browsing this webpage, but which have been generated by a third party which is hosted on it. For example, the cookie of a banner or advert which is placed on the website you visit. Or the cookie used by a visitor counter used by the website you're visiting.
Cookes can be used for:
- Technical purposes: They are needed for the operation of the web page. They are also called strictly necessary. They make possible the control of traffic from the server to multiple users at the same time, the identification and the access as user of the system, etc.
- Customization: They make it possible for each user to configure aspects such as the language in which they want to view the webpage, their display preferences, etc.
- Analysis or performance: They allow to track the number of visits and navigation criteria of different areas of the web.
- Advertising: They allow to implement efficiency parameters in the publicity offered in web pages.
- Behavioral advertising: They allow to implement efficiency parameters in the publicity offered in web pages based on behavioral information about the users.
At scrummanager.net we use strictly necessary cookies in order to:
Keep user sessions once they access the service, and enable navigation through the pages only available to Scrum Manager members.
Accepting these cookies is a required condition to use this website, so if you choose to remove these cookies we can't guarantee the proper functioning of the website during your visit.
It contains the code, name, and identification level when you have successfully identified yourself as a Scrum Manager member, to grant access and enable operating from the user account.
||It expires when logging out
Used by the module of management and edition of the user record.
Analysis cookies form statistical information about the number of visits to the different sections of the website. This information helps us undersstand how people use the website, and which pages receive more and less views. These cookies do not collect any information to identify you, all information collected is anonymous and we only use it to improve the functionality and quality of the information that we offer. At scrummanager.net we use analysis cookies in order to:
Get usage statistics of our website.
At scrummanager.net we use the following analysis cookies:
How to uninstall cookies
If you want to delete the cookies registered by Scrum Manager from your browser, here are the instructions for different browsers: