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What does Survicate store in Local Storage?

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Written by Vlada
Updated over a week ago

Survicate does not use respondent cookies when storing information about respondents for the purpose of providing services. All data we need to communicate with our database is stored within the Local Storage and Session Storage of an active browser.

We use Local Storage to store:

  • Visitor (Respondent) UUID

  • Survey status (displayed and answered surveys)

  • Tags

  • Survey responses given by specific respondents queued to be sent to Survicate (deleted after the answer is sent)

  • You may pass to Survicate visitor (respondent) attributes using JavaScript, SDK, or as a part of the survey URL you share with the respondent.

    Be noted that visitor (respondent) attributes are optional, and you decide what and if any additional data is stored.
    Attributes passed to Survicate with SDK may not be stored in Local Storage.

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