Cookie Policy

Effective March 09, 2020


In order to make our website (the “Website”) work properly and optimally, and in order to provide you with relevant products and services (the “Services”), we place small text files called Cookies on your device. These Cookies, web beacons, pixel tags or other similar technologies have a variety of functions, including remembering you and your preferences when you re-visit our website and tracking your navigation to, from and on our Website. Third party sites may also place Cookies on your device. We are not responsible for any third party Cookies.

When accessing our Website, you will be given a notice regarding the use of Cookies while you access our Services. Our Website requires certain Cookies to function and you will not be able to use our Website if you decide not to allow the use of Cookies. You can change your Cookie preferences in your browser at any time.

This policy provides you with details about our use of Cookies and similar technologies. It should be read alongside our Privacy Policy.

A Cookie is a small text file that a website saves on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. They are then sent back to the originating website on each subsequent visit or another website that recognizes that Cookie to create a record of the website visitor’s online activity. Most websites use Cookies as they are an industry standard.

Cookies are meant to enhance your experience on our website, save you time, remember your preferences, and help us understand which pages are most popular so that we can use this knowledge and improve our services and overall user experience. Accordingly, some Cookies last for several minutes, while others expire long after the last date of your visit.

Categories of Cookies

In order to better explain our uses of Cookies, we have listed several general categories of Cookies in the chart below with examples of which domains it might originate from.

General CategoriesPurposeSources
Necessary and persistent Cookies

These Cookies are required for the operation of our Services under our Terms and Conditions of Service with you.

These Cookies are likely to persist on your computer after you have finished browsing our website.

Analytical / performance Cookies

These Cookies allow us to recognize you and count the number of visitors that interact with our Services. This helps us improve the way our Services work, for example, by ensuring easy navigation of our Website.

These Cookies are likely to persist on your computer after you have finished browsing our website.

Botler, Google
Functionality Cookies

Functionality Cookies can be used to recognize you when you return to our Services, among other reasons. This allows us to personalize our content and remember your preferences.

These Cookies are likely to persist on your computer after you have finished browsing our website.

Botler, AWS
Targeting / advertising Cookies

These Cookies record your visit to our Services, the pages you have visited on our Website, and the links you have followed. We will use this information to make our Services and the advertising displayed on it more relevant to your interests. We may also share this information with third parties for this purpose.

These Cookies are likely to persist on your computer after you have finished browsing our website.

Botler, Google

Cookies on Botler AI

connect.sidNecessary and persistent
  • Session Management
  • Authorization
  • Authentication
Botler.ai1 hour
  • Platform tracking
  • Improving platform experience
Botler.ai365 Days
_gat_gtag_UA_88024427_1Analytical / performance
  • Improving platform experience
  • Platform tracking
Google365 Days
  • Session management
  • Allowing sessions' data to be shared among multiple servers
AWS7 Days
_gaAnalytical / performance
  • Platform Tracking
  • Improving Platform experience
Google365 Days

Third party Cookies Used on Our Website

We endeavor to provide as much information to you as possible, however, the “Cookies on Botler AI” list should not be treated as exhaustive. Some third party Cookies are used because we might embed content from them, such as YouTube videos, and the Cookies are required for the functioning of the service.

How to manage Cookies?

You can manage or even disable Cookies through your browser settings. The effect of disabling Cookies depends on which Cookies you disable, however, in general, the Services may not operate properly if all Cookies are disabled. Instructions to disable Cookies are usually found in the ‘help’ or ‘preferences’ section of your browser menu.

The following website, which you might find helpful, has additional information on controlling your mobile choices specific to your mobile device type:

If you have any questions or comments about our Cookie Policy, please email us at

Policy Updates

Any changes we make to our Cookie Policy will be posted on this page and by indicating at the top of this page the date this policy was last updated. The updated Policy will best effective when the updates are posted on our Website. You should check this Policy frequently for any revisions, and especially before your use of the Services. By continuing to access or use the Services after those revisions become effective, you agree to be bound by the revised Policy. If you do not agree to the new Policy, in whole or in part, please stop using the Services. In relation to substantive changes, we may also notify you by email.

This policy was last updated in March 2020.