Cookie Policy

Everchron uses functional, analytical and marketing cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is stored in the browser of your device such as a computer, tablet or smartphone when you first visit Everchron’s websites. On the one hand, Everchron uses cookies with a purely technical functionality. These are cookies that ensure the website works properly and, for example, remembers your preferred settings. On the other hand, Everchron uses cookies that keep track of your browsing behavior so that Everchron can optimize its website experience. Functional cookies are essential and cannot be rejected by visitors. However, you can allow or reject our use of analytical and marketing cookies through our cookie consent banner. You can access the banner by clicking on Cookie Settings at the bottom of our website. Note that cookies may also be placed through Everchron’s websites by third parties. You can manage the use of their cookies via the third party website.

 Functional cookies

Functional cookies are essential to the functionality of our websites. Blocking or deleting these cookies may lead to unexpected behaviour.


Name Domain Expiry
cookie-note 30 days

Used to remember user's preference to hide the cookie banner.

 Analytics cookies

Our analytics cookies do not contain personal data, nor do they collect any. They are used to collect anonymous information about the usage of our websites to help us continuously improve our services.

 Google Analytics

Name Domain Expiry
_ga 2 years

Unique, random number used to distinguish users. Used to calculate visitor, session and campaign data for the site's analytics reports.

Name Domain Expiry
_gid 1 day

Used to track site behavior. Contains information about the current page and the time of visit.

 Marketing cookies


Name Domain Expiry
intercom-id-[app-id] 9 months

Anonymous visitor identifier cookie.

Name Domain Expiry
intercom-session-[app-id] 1 week

Identifier for each unique browser session. This session cookie is refreshed on each successful logged-in ping, extending it to 1 week from that moment. The user can access their conversations and have data communicated on logged out pages for 1 week, as long as the session is not intentionally terminated with Intercom('shutdown');, which usually happens on logout.