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For more information about how the Frosmo Platform collects and processes data, see Data privacy description and Default data tracking for a visitor indicators.

Private browsing

All the major browsers, such as Google ChromeGoogle Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and Safari, contain different levels or privacy settings. The easiest way to enable the features without manually adjusting the browser settings is to use a private browsing mode mode (known in Chrome as incognito mode). In a private browsing mode,  the the browser creates a temporary browsing browser session separated from the browser's main session and user data. Browsing history is not saved, and local data associated with the session, such as cookies, are cleared when the session ends, that is, when the visitor closes the browser tab or window. 


titleWhat happens if a visitor uses a private browsing mode or a privacy browser?

The Frosmo Platform treats a private browsing browser session as a new visitor. This means that no segmentation or other data previously stored in the visitor's browser is available for the session. Each new private browsing browser session is counted as a new visitor for the site.

You can still personalize content in real-time based on visitor actions, such as clicks and product views.