Cookies and Smartlook
The following cookie is used to help identify users:
|SL_C_23361dd035530_SID||Contains the project key, session ID, and visitor ID. Session and visitor IDs are unique identifiers assigned to new sessions and visitors.|
|SL_L_23361dd035530_SID||Contains the project key, session ID, and visitor ID. Session and visitor IDs are unique identifiers assigned to new sessions and visitors. Data is stored locally.|
The cookies listed are valid for 13 months and can be manually removed by clearing the browser cache.
|AWSELB cookie||AWS cookie created for efficient load balancing. For more information, see Configure sticky sessions for your Classic Load Balancer - Elastic Load Balancing|
|SL_C_23361dd035530_DOMAIN||Temporary cookie used to detect the base domain (a.k.a. second-level domain). This cookie is removed as soon as the domain is detected. It helps us share sessions between subdomains and domains if both are recorded in the same project.|
|SMARTLOOK_LS_QUEUED_CHUNKS||Contains data that is pending to be sent to Smartlook servers. Data is stored locally.|
Using Smartlook without server cookies
You can disable cookies in your Smartlook tracking code as seen in the example:
Also, if you have two domains and record them into the same project, visits to each domain can be connected under one session (cookie DOMAIN). When you replay the session, you can see how the user switched between both of your domains.
Updated 11 days ago