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Cookies Processing

Cookies Processing
Oksana Bednenko
October 20, 2020
Last updated: October 20, 2020
Dear Bitrix24 users,

While surfing the internet, you ofter get notifications that the websites use cookies and need to accept some or all cookies to access some websites. You may know what these cookies are and why the websites need them, but when it comes to creating your own website, you definitely need to be fully aware of how to collect and process cookies on your website.

Cookies remember the browsing history and users' information from the orders they've made, web forms they filled in with personal information, addresses, passwords, language, payment data and other information to improve user browsing experience and make more personalized. That is why it is crucial to know how to collect and handle cookies on the website you've created and comply with laws and regulations concerning personal data depending on the country. It is also necessary to notify website visitors what data are collected as a cookie file and give them options to choose from.

Websites and landing pages created in Bitrix24 give visitors on option to accept cookies or change cookies when they come to the website. There is also an option for a website administrator to configure the cookies consent: manager user agreement, checkbox and behavior, users consent, edit cookie descriptions, link position and appearance. 

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For more information and detailed instructions on how to collect, processes and configure cookies for your website, please see this page

Best regards, 
Your Bitrix24 team



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