I'm pretty sure that Countly didn't set any cookies in previous versions when disabled session tracking. But now a cookie (cly_id) is set even if you define:

Countly.use_session_cookie = false;

Is it possible to eliminate all cookies? We need it in order to reach the highest possible level of compliance.



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  • Official comment

    Hi Soeren,

    Countly needs to store data to track this. 

    We are planning to add a feature in the web SDK to disable storing anything. This is still under development.

    Even with that, if left unattended, it will create new user with each visit and Countly does not support unlimited users, this can impact server performance.


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