Cookie policy

The following cookie policy explains how SmartDocuments uses cookies to give you the best experience on our website.

We only use cookies from Google Analytics, Mailchimp, Leadfeeder and Hotjar. We use Google Analytics to find out if there are errors on the website and to discover which pages are visited the most; also, of course, for marketing purposes to measure whether the reports and blogs actually catch on. Mailchimp is only used for newsletter-related purposes. Leadfeeder is used to find out if we reach the right markets. We use Hotjar to see how people interact with our website.

A cookie is a small, innocent text file that helps us to recognise your preferences. Cookies work in conjunction with the browser to recognise your preferences. If you do not want to have anything to do with cookies, you can disable them in the browser.

Which cookies do we use?

We primarily use session cookies. Session cookies are temporary and are deleted as soon as you close your browser.

Authentication and functionality

If you disable cookies, the website may not work as well as intended because your preferences will not be applied.

Analytics and research
Google These are cookies for website analytics and to keep track of conversion. No personal data is stored in this process. 1 month/180 days 1 month/180 days
Google Analytics We use Google Analytics for statistical purposes, i.e. to understand how our visitors use our website. We have made the IP address anonymous to ensure that no personal information is being tracked. Session/2 years
LinkedIn We use LinkedIn cookies to better understand how we can set up the website optimally for our target group. 1 month/180 days
Leadfeeder These are cookies that read the IP address and link it with the company that it belongs to in order to give us an impression of which markets are visiting our website. 1 month/1 year
Mailchimp This cookie is used to retain in the browser a random and unique user ID assigned by Mailchimp. This ensures that behaviour on subsequent visits to the same site is attributed to the same user ID. The term user ID is here used to refer to a recognition number for the visitor. 1 year



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