Last update: November 2020. Updated for current cookies and tied to new cookie controls.
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The functional cookies are essential for the correct operation of the site so must always be available. You are able to disable the preferences cookies (though, obviously, we will not be able to record your preferences) and the tracking cookies.
|Keeps you logged in until you actively log out
|The ID of your session
|Records that your browser is able to display charts
|The page scaling used for your browser window. These window sizing cookies help us scale the content in your browser.
|Records your browser page width
|Records your browser page dimensions
|The database you are currently using
|Records that you have moved over to the new site
|The mode of the site. SquashLevels supports a number of modes from the same code base.
|Records that you are not a robot
|The timeout used for wall mode (which is for a wall mounted tablet at your club)
|Supporing Google Analytics that helps us understand how our site is used
|We use Mailchimp to send our email
|We occasionally use Crazy Egg to record page usage so we can find out how new features are being used. The data collected by Crazy Egg is anonamised.
|Records your preference on the rankings showing damped levels
|Records your preferences for the rankings filters
|Records whether you want to see the SquashSkills tests or not
|Records what chart types you prefer to see
|Records the last league you looked at
|Records when you last looked at the news page so we only show you updates
|Records that you have closed a blue banner message
|Supporting Facebook Analytics that helps us to communicate with you on Facebook with content that is relevant to you.
You can always find out what cookies are in use via the options in your browser but, to make it easy, here is a live listing of your current cookies.
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