We employ Google Analytics and affiliate partner applications. The cookies on www.timelog.com are used to improve user experience and focus marketing efforts. Our cookies expire after 30 days.
What is a cookie? And how does TimeLog use them?
A cookie is a small text file containing bits of information. The file is downloaded to your computer when visiting a website. The information in the cookie is then sent back to the website you’re visiting. TimeLog cookies contain no sensitive data such as names, birthdays, etc.
Cookies allow a website to recognise the computer or device you’re using to access the website, and by employing the data contained in the cookie, page loading times are reduced. Cookies save website-specific preferences, enhancing your user experience. Lastly, cookies help improve service and advertising.
Cookies on www.timelog.com are used in accordance with current rules and regulations for commercial websites.
How we retrieve cookies
TimeLog employs the following services to retrieve cookies:
We use Google Analytics to help us retrieve data on the number of visitors, visit
durations, previous website and the most effective site pages. These analytics help us improve your user experience.
Learn more about Google Analytics.
We use advanced tracking applications to optimise and monitor our marketing efforts. None of our tracking applications download unwanted data to your computer, but they do employ cookies to monitor site activity on www.timelog.com.
How to disable cookies
If you wish to disable cookies, you can do so by following these browser-specific guidelines:
Please note: Blocking or deleting future cookies will affect the performance of this website. If you’ve simply deleted your cookies instead of blocking them, www.timelog.com will continue to track them on your computer. Please see the above guidelines on how to block cookie tracking.