What are cookies?
Cookies are files that websites create when you visit them. They simplify your internet experience by storing browsing data. Cookies allow websites to keep you logged in, remember your preferences, and provide you with relevant material to your location.
Cookies are divided into two categories:
The cookie types used by Flow:
Many cookies on our websites are for you to move around and utilise the features of our websites; for example, when you log in to your Flow account, they remember the information in your account.
Other cookies are voluntary; however, they assist us in better understanding how people use our websites so that we can improve what we do online. For this, we use Web Analytics tools. They examine factors such as how long it takes for our websites to load, how they are used, and what content visitors to our sites are most interested in. This allows us to enhance how our websites perform, ensuring that you can quickly locate what you're searching for. They also assist us in identifying any areas of our websites that aren't functioning correctly, so we can correct issues and improve our websites for you and other users.
Additional cookies make it possible for our website to recognise you when you revisit it. This allows us to remember your preferences (such as your user name, language, or location) and provide enhanced, more personalised experiences.
How to delete cookies?
If you want to restrict or block any cookies that are set on our website, you can do this in your browser setting. Please go to www.internetcookies.org which contains a detailed description on how to delete cookies on a higher scale, you will find general information on how you can delete and manage all cookies on your site.
If you have any questions please contact us.