A cookie is a small file, typically of letters and numbers, that a website sends to your browser that is then stored on your system. Cookies are used because they allow a website to recognize a user’s device. Information collected in this way can be used to identify you, unless you change your browser settings as set out below. Cookies do not typically identify you as an individual, just the device you are using.
Cookies placed and used by Transifex fall into the following categories, each of which are strictly necessary cookies that cannot be disabled:
At this time, we do not respond to Do Not Track signals that we receive from your browser.
Third parties such as advertising networks and providers of external services like web traffic analysis services may also track users over time and over our website, applications, and third party websites. These third parties also place cookies, via our website and applications. These cookies are likely to be analytical, performance cookies or targeting cookies, including the following. You can learn more about each of these cookies by clicking on the name of the cookie and following the link.
We use tools such as CZ to provide the best Customer Support experience and understand how much of Transifex’s functionality you are using. This way, we can debug workflow issues, suggest features which can fix your problems and offer the most of the Transifex service.
Our chat systems are used by our team to provide support to you and answer questions you may have. Their third-party cookies are used to create a user profile for you so that whenever you chat with us, you can see your chat history. The information collected may include pages visited, links clicked, non-sensitive text entered, as well as information more commonly collected such as IP address, referring URL, browser, operating system, cookie information, and Internet Service Provider. For some of these purposes, cookies may be tied to personal information.
You can find out more about this popular website analytics tool here: http://www.google.com/analytics/index.html. These cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, for instance, which pages visitors go to most often, and if they get error messages from web pages. These cookies don’t collect information that identifies a visitor. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous. It is only used to improve how a website works. All of this information is anonymized. Google takes the privacy and security of your Google Analytics data seriously and you can find out more about how it protects your data here: http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html. To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
Google Tag Manager is a tag management system that allows our team to quickly and easily update tags and code snippets on our website.
We use Facebook Tracking pixel to monitor how successful our Facebook Ads actually were—giving more accurate conversion stats—and create custom audiences based on site traffic.
We use LinkedIn Tracking pixel to monitor how successful our LinkedIn Ads actually were—giving more accurate conversion stats—and create custom audiences based on site traffic.
The Quora Pixel is a tool that is placed in our website code to track traffic and conversions. When someone clicks on our ad and lands on our website, the Quora Pixel allows us to identify how many people are visiting our website and what actions they are taking.
HubSpot is a marketing automation service that is used to provide our website users with personalized information, the ability to download content and send emails. The HubSpot third-party cookie analyzes browsing activity to create a user profile based on the pages a user has visited the site.
You can disable and/or delete cookies by using your browser settings, except that certain strictly necessary cookies may not be disabled. Cookies are generally easy to disable and/or delete but how you do so varies from browser to browser. The “help” function within your browser should tell you how to do it. The best way may be to close your browser and then search for “cookie folder” or “cookie manager” or simply “cookie”.
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