We use first-party cookies, so the only cookies we store are on the domain that you install the code on. All of our cookies store anonymous information about the visitor: a random UID (to count them as unique) and a two other cookies that track visits and survey views.
The reason we structure our policies in this way, is because there is nothing that stops our customers from creating a survey that asks a visitor's name, age, address, etc.
Our cookies are set to expire automatically after 5 years, which is a standard and common length of time.
You can set a custom expiration date by adding this line at the end of your snippet:
Note: Cookie expiration date must be set in days. For example, 365 in the above snippet denotes a cookie which lasts one year.
Please find a list and description of all Qualaroo cookies below:
ki_r - We log the initial document.referrer when available for targeting purposes
ki_s - The current state of any survey the user has viewed or interacted with
0 - Integer. Number of times the survey has been viewed
1 - Boolean. If the user completed the survey
2 - Reserved
3 - Boolean. If the user minimized the survey
4 - Integer. When only showing to a percentage of traffic we use the monte-carlo method for selecting users to see the survey. We then store if they are a participant. Value is either: 0 = false, 1 = true, 2 = undefined
ki_t - Timestamps and view counts
0 - Epoch, milliseconds. First time the user visited the page.
1 - Epoch, milliseconds. The last time the user visited a page
2 - Epoch, milliseconds. The current visit time
3 - Integer. Unique number of all page visits
4 - Integer. All page views
ki_u - An anonymous identity to associate with responses
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