Automatic Login With Safari

Automatic Login With Safari


Has Safari managed to log you out of your Symbaloo account? Please follow the steps below to set up automatic login with Safari:
  • In Safari, go to Preferences> Privacy and remove Symbaloo from the list of information from cookies and other site data
  • Go to Preferences> Passwords and put Symbaloo on the list
Now, head over to https://www.symbaloo.com/login, and log back in. Quit Safari and start the browser back up. 

You should now be automatically logged in. If this is not the case.


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