What are cookies?
Yes. Riter uses various technologies to collect information, and this includes sending cookies to your computer or mobile device to improve your website experience. We may also collect information using web beacons (also known as "tracking pixels") - electronic images that can help deliver cookies, count visits, understand usage and product effectiveness and determine whether an email has been opened and acted upon. Riter collects both some personal and anonymous information, uses session-based and persistent cookies. We also support third party cookies, for example, for Google Analytics services.
What types of cookies do we use?
We use both session-based cookies and persistent cookies. Session-based cookies are temporary cookies that remain on your device until the completion of the current session. A browser session starts when a user opens the browser window and finishes when it is closed. Once you close the browser, all current session cookies are deleted. Session-based cookies allow us to link the actions of a particular user during his session activity. Persistent cookies remain on your device until you manually delete them or while their lifetime is up. They are activated each time when a user visits the website.
Cookies on the Service are used for different purposes, which can be broken down into the following categories:
|Strictly necessary cookies||These set of cookies are required for the Services stable work. They include, for instance, cookies for users' authentication and security. These cookies are essential to make Riter work correctly, let you log into secure areas of the website, navigate around it, remember last actions in the system. They are necessary to enable our security mechanisms and prevent malicious activities. Examples of these cookies use could be setting unique identifiers for each visitor and signing into the website as a registered user.|
|Functionality cookies||These cookies are important for using preferences, feature and services provided by our website. They let us provide you a more personalized online experience: remember your preferences (such as a user name, a language, a profile image, a region and so on), fill out forms which you could use on the Service before, keep you logged in after a previous visit if you asked about this and much more. By disabling these cookies, you lose the efficiency of working with Riter.|
|Marketing cookies||Cookies and other technologies such as web beacons and tags allow us to anonymously track our users' activity, pages which they have visited, time spent on them, clicks and so on to make Riter solution more relevant to your needs and workplace conditions. We do not share your personal information with advertisers. These cookies may be used to better understand your online activity, optimize and improve the Service content and capabilities.|
|Performance cookies||Performance cookies let us recognize users, find out how they navigate through our website. All data is collected anonymously. Constant auditing and control on the Riter usage, logging important events, research of new features and services let us quickly respond to the slightest issues in the work and fix them. These cookies can tell us, whether or not you have visited before, what functionality you are interested in and how successful your Riter experience is. We involve third party analytics companies to perform these services for us. Cookies let us know how well Riter copes with its duties.|
How can you turn off or remove cookies?
It is possible to manage cookies from particular websites if you do not want them to be stored on your device, or if you want to remove existing cookie files. Most browsers automatically accept cookies by default. You can manage your preferences to block cookies or to alert you when cookies are being sent to your device. However, it is worth noting, that if you turn cookies off, this will limit the service that we are able to provide to you and may affect your user experience. You should be aware that saved website preferences will be lost if you delete cookies and some website functionality can be lost. For example, this may prevent website from saving you login information. So, we do not recommend turning cookies off when using Riter if there is no obvious need for this.
There are a number of ways to manage cookies on different browsers. As a rule, you have an ability to be informed about cookies you have got and delete them manually, block third party cookies or cookies from particular websites, accept or reject all cookies. If you use different browsers and devices to view and access Riter, you should ensure that each one of them is adjusted to suit your cookie preferences. You also can opt out third party cookies from Google Analytics on its website. Follow links below for more information:
For other browsers, please visit the appropriate page of your browser documentation to learn more.