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How to classify cookies and services for a domain?

Master the use of the domain-level Classification page to configure cookies, pixels, iframes, and services to suit your business needs, using this guide.
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Dan Storbaek
Updated 3 months ago

This is a quick guide on how to leverage the domain-level Classification page. It allows you to configure cookies, pixels, iframes, and services to align with your specific business requirements for a particular domain, as well as add any custom cookies. Please be aware that account-wide configuration will override the domain-level setup described below.


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In order to classify or change categories of a service/cookie - please select a domain from the "Domains" tab, then click the "Classification" tab:

Once "inside" your domain page, click on the "Classification" tab 

Please review the detected cookies, pixels, iframes and services, consult your legal team if needed to make sure the information presented here is correct and corresponds to your business needs.


- Classification -> "Cookies" tab

The "Cookies" tab shows the list of the detected cookies on your website:

Please note that both account-level and domain-level cookies will be shown in the list, while the account-level cookies will be denoted using a different icon (as in the screenshot above).


Clicking 'Add Cookie' will allow you to add a custom cookie and configure:

- "Cookie name"

- "Host"

- "Category" (can only be configured on the "Service" tab)

- "Service name"

- "Expiry" date

- specific "Description" in multiple available languages


 

This configuration will be applied to this domain and will appear in the scan report, cookie declaration after a rescan (on the "Scan Report" page).


- Classification -> "Pixels" tab

Same as with the "Cookies" tab, this tab shows the list of the detected pixels on your website:

Both account-level and domain-level pixels will be shown in the list.


Clicking 'Add Pixel' will show relevant options for this custom pixel:

- Source URL

- Service name


 

This custom configuration will appear in the scan report, cookie declaration after a rescan (on the "Scan Report" page).


- Classification -> "Iframes" tab

All detected iframes (together with custom and account-level iframes) are presented on this tab:


Clicking 'Add iframe' allows to set:

- Source

- Service name



- Classification -> "Services" tab

This tab provides overview of all services detected for this domain (including account-level ones as well):


Clicking the "three-dot" menu and then "Edit" allows configuration of:

- Service Name

- Category

- Script Type and Source (Multiple sources must be comma-separated)

- Privacy policy link


Remember, it's essential to ensure all configurations are in line with your business requirements and correspond with the information provided by your legal team. We highly recommend consulting your legal team if needed to confirm the accuracy and suitability of the information presented here. Mastery of the domain-level Classification page gives you control over your digital properties and helps you achieve more with your online platforms.

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