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    Last Updated: May 24, 2011
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    What's in the Cookie Support Report?

    Use the Cookie Support report to show how many of the visits to your web site come from browsers that enable cookies. This information allows you to make an informed decision about whether or not to use cookies when designing your web site. Note: We use cookies to gather some information about your visitors e.g. in the 'First time vs. Returning Visits' report.

    For each cookie support status, the report displays the following:

    • the number of visits from enabled/disabled browsers that enable cookies
    • the percentage of visits enabled/disabled browser that enable cookies

    Information Displayed in the Report

    By default, this report displays a graphical illustration of the number and percentage of visits that are associated with cookie enabled browsers used by visitors to your site. The level of detail that displays in the graph varies and is based on selections in the settings panel. It also provides a table that displays the actual number and percentage of visits from browsers with cookies enabled.

    Accessing the Cookie Support Report

    To access this report, go to Reports > System > then select the Cookie Support option.

    Working with the Cookie Support Report

    To fine tune, print, customize, export, save, or configure your Cookie Support Report, see Managing Your Reports.

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