Last Updated: October 2022
Generally, cookies are very useful and are commonly used by almost every website you visit online. For security reasons, our website/platform will not function without the use of certain cookies (or other similar technologies, such as “web beacons” or “tags”).
Cookies generally do not hold any information that can identify a specific person but are instead used to identify a browser on an individual device.
If you prefer, you can restrict, block or delete cookies by changing your browser settings as provided below, however, this may stop the website from functioning correctly.
For more information about the names of the cookies, how long they will remain on your device, and a description of what each cookie does please click on the “Manage Consent” tab at the bottom left of the screen, where you can view each Cookie within its category. While in “Cookie Settings” you can adjust your consents at any time. Please note: that the “Manage Consent” tab is not available on all pages as in some places of the website or platform this restricts use of key features on those pages.
For more details about the kinds of cookies we use please read the below information.
Types of cookies used by Togetherall:
They include, for example, cookies that enable you to log into secure areas of our website, ensure that the content of our website loads quickly or that you are able to use of our services. For example, a session cookie will remember that you have logged into our service for a period of time eliminating the need to log into each page, so you don’t get asked for the same information you’ve already given to our site. Session cookies allow you to proceed through many pages of our site quickly and easily without having to authenticate or reprocess each new area you visit.
These cookies are necessary for the services we provide and are also used for marketing purposes. These cookies allow us to determine how users interact with the website, providing Togetherall with the ability to improve the site. For example, tracking cookies can be used to improve navigation and user experience.
Our website contains electronic images known as Web beacons (sometimes called single-pixel gifs) and are used along with cookies to compile aggregated statistics to analyse how our website is used and may be used in some of our emails to let us know which emails and links have been opened by recipients.
These cookies are placed in your device by third party advertising networks on our behalf and with Togetherall’s permission. In the sections below you will find information about third party cookies as well as some guidance as to how to manage them.
To the maximum extent permitted by applicable laws, we shall not be liable, and we do not accept any liability for any third-party cookies.
Cookies also help us show you relevant advertising, both on and off our website and measure the performance of such ads and report on it. Togetherall uses third-party cookies to learn whether content has been shown to you or whether someone who was presented with an ad later came back and took an action (e.g., downloaded a white paper or made a purchase) on another site.
These cookies are used: (i) for marketing purposes, for instance to collect information about general interests and browsing habits so that we can display targeted and relevant advertising; (ii) to remember that you have visited our website and this is shared with other organisations; (ii) to limit the number of times you see an advertisement as well as help measure the effectiveness of our digital advertising campaigns.
These are used to recognise you when you return to our website. This enables us to personalise our content for you, greet you by name and remember your preferences (for example, your choice of language or region).
You can change your cookie preferences at any time by clicking on the “Manage consent” button in the bottom left. Once there you will see a “Cookie Settings” pop-up where you can then adjust the available sliders to ‘Block’ or ‘Enable’, then clicking ‘Cancel’ or ‘Save’. You may need to refresh your page for your settings to take effect.
Detailed guidance on how to control cookies preferences for the most common browsers can be found at:
Microsoft Internet Explorer