Cookies allow your learning platform to collect information about user navigation, such as remembering language preferences or the currency used for a purchase, then use this information for the user’s next visit to facilitate easier use of the platform.
Cookies may be stored permanently on your device and have a variable duration (called persistent cookies), or may disappear when the browser is closed and have a limited lifespan (called session cookies). Cookies may also be installed by the site you are visiting (called first-party cookies) or may be installed by other websites (called third-party cookies). Your learning platform uses first-party cookies, third-party cookies and other similar cookies.
In order to comply with the applicable regulations affecting cookies, such as the European ePrivacy directive, Docebo provides the capability to manage the platform cookies subject to consent by granting to the platform users (data subjects) the right to decide whether to give consent to statistic, non-necessary cookies.
- Necessary Cookies: these cookies help in making the platform more usable by enabling basic functions like page navigation and access to secured areas. The platform cannot work properly without these cookies, and Docebo does not allow users to disable them. These cookies are not subject to user consent.
- Statistic Cookies: these cookies help your platform to understand how users interact with it, by collecting anonymous data. These cookies are not mandatory for the proper functioning of the platform but are vital for the continuous improvement of the user experience.
The Content section shows the policy title, a subtitle, and its content. At any time you can modify this content according to your needs.
Move to the Preview tab to see the preview of your policy as you operate changes on it.
- the text editor embedded in the platform is Froala. Refer to the Froala Knowledge Base for further information on how to use it
- the rendering of the output of WYSIWYG editors may be slightly different from the input, depending on the CSS rules applied.
Please note that when you’re creating or editing a policy in the platform’s default language, the default language fields are mandatory. However, when adding content in a language that is not the default language, the fields are not mandatory. Therefore, if you do not populate a field in one of the additional languages, that field will appear to users in the default language instead of appearing blank.
Once you update any fields and press Save Changes, a new version is created for all languages.