Having to log in constantly?

Having to log in constantly?

If your computer doesn’t remember your password after choosing the save your logins option (offered by your browser), there are a few settings you should change. You have a choice in whether or not to save cookies; these are small files containing information about specific websites, like your password. Each browser must be set differently to enable you to log in automatically. Here you can see how to do it for the three most used browsers. 

Microsoft Edge

1. Open Microsoft Edge on your Mac or PC, and type or paste "edge://settings/content" (without the quotes) into your address bar.
Go to it.
2. At the top of the "Site permissions" page, click "Cookies and site data."

Mozilla Firefox

Firefox can be set not to accept cookies. To turn on cookies
Check cookie settings:
Click the menu button and select Settings.
Select the Privacy & Security panel. This is where you can view your settings for Enhanced Tracking Protection, which includes cookies.

If Standard is selected, this is the default setting, and except for trackers, all cookies are enabled. For more information, see Trackers and scripts Firefox blocks in Enhanced Tracking Protection.
If Strict is selected, either choose Standard or switch to Custom
IfCustomis selected, either uncheck Cookies (this will allow all cookies) or select the setting only to block Cross-site tracking cookies — including social media cookies.

Click the 3 dots in the top-right corner of Chrome, then navigate to Settings.
In the left panel, choose Privacy and Security and select Cookies and other site data.
Toggle on Allow all cookies. This will enable the cookies
Refresh the page

How to allow cookies on Mac in Safari
1. Open your Safari web browser. 
2. On the left side of the toolbar at the very top of your screen, click Safari and select Settings in the drop-down. 

3. In Settings, go to the Privacy tab — the icon that looks like a hand in a circle. 
4. Next to Cookies and website data, ensure the box next to Block all cookies is not checked. 

In the "Privacy" tab, uncheck the box next to "Cookies and website data
Unchecking Block all cookies will allow any and all cookies to be stored by websites you visit, as well as third-party trackers, which are typically advertisers. 

Do you still have issues? Please feel free to reach out if you need extra help; we would be happy to assist you.
Email us at feedbackus@symbaloo.com, or feel free to submit a ticket.

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