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Cookies often interfere with Symbaloo's data, and they create many issues. It is good to clear cookies to ensure these interferences do not occur regularly. Many users also use Symbaloo without creating accounts or logging in; Cookies will deceive you by saving Tiles for a little while. Eventually, cookies will stop remembering changes, and Webmixes will be lost. 
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