We like being 100% transparent with our quiz maker community.
Here is a list of cookies we use on our blog: https://riddleblogs.de/blog:
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Want to see our cookie list for our quiz maker – and all embedded quizzes?
Take a look at this blog post: https://www.riddle.com/docs/creators/publish/quiz-maker-cookies-tracking/
- We don’t ever add dodgy trackers or cookies in our quizzes to collect information on you or your audience.
- In fact, we just add one anonymous session cookie (e.g. afa;dlkfja2348sdlfjfadf8uapoli34df8d) – it does not collect any personal information. We only use that to start and end a quiz session.
List of Riddle cookies
- We only use one cookie – called “SID”. This is only a session cookie to track the current progress through a Riddle quiz.
- The cookie itself is critical to our tech stack and applies to all users (both quiz creators and your quiz audience). Without it, the quizzes won’t work at all.
- However, the cookie is just a string (like ‘mgnh8c593o07fobl392sfphl46’) – with no personal information is being collected at all – not even IP addresses.
- The cookie expires in an hour – and we’re actually moving away from needing to use this type of cookie in your embedded quizzes.