"Cookies" - or information capsules - are standard technology that more or less all webpages use today. A cookie can be described as a small text file that is placed in your web browser's internal memory. It offers us the opportunity to gain an overview of what is placed in the shopping cart, which products are presented and other statistics that we use to make our webpages better for our users. The most commonly used web browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, etc.) are set up to accept cookies automatically, but users can choose to change their settings so that cookies are not accepted. We would like to emphasize that many webpages will not function optimally if cookies are not accepted.

Like most other websites, we gather information automatically and store it in log files on our servers for a period of time. This information includes, for example, the type of web browser, broadband provider (ISP), operating system, date and time of the visit, and other statistics that are used to improve our webpages. This information is also sometimes used to tailor our marketing

The information that is gathered is only used internally and will not be forwarded to a third party and/or other parties outside of Norway Post and Bring. We never store information that can identify you personall.

Most web browsers offer the possibility of blocking cookies in the menu under "Settings". It is also possible to block cookies for advertising purposes here.

An overview over the cookies that may be used on our pages:

Google Analytics may use the following cookies: _ga is used to separate users, the cookie is created when a user visits one of our sites for the first time, and lasts for up to two years.
_gat is used to limit the traffic sent to Google Analytics, the cookie lasts for ten minutes.
_gali is used by Google Analytics to determine which links on a page that are being clicked.
_dc_gtm_UA-30152052-3 Is set by Google Analytics to keep track of how many times a user visists our sites, how the user came to us, and in what country the user is located. The cookie also calculates an end time of each session.

Hotjar may set and use the following cookies: _hjClosedSurveyInvites is set to tell if a user has answered yes or no to an invitation to a survey, this is done so that users should only get one survey invite.
_hjDonePolls is used to tell if a user has completed a poll to avoid getting the same poll again.
_hjMinimizedPolls this cookie is set if a user minimizes a poll and is used to ensure that the poll remains minimized.
_hjDoneTestersWidgets is set to tell Hotjar if a user has answered yes to an invitation for a user test, this way the users don't get the same invitation again.
_hjMinimizedTestersWidgets tells if a user has minimized an invitation for a user test.
_hjDoneSurveys is set when users has completed a survey, so that they don't get the same survey invitation again.
_hjIncludedInSample tells Hotjar if a visit is included in the sample used to create user flow reports.

Crazyegg uses one cookie: is_returning, it is used to tell Crazyegg if a user has visited the page earlier.

Visual Website Optimizer may use the following cookies: _vis_opt_exp_EXPERIMENT_ID_goal_GOAL_ID is used to identify the goal of a test.
_vis_opt_test_cookie tests if cookies are turned on in the web browser.
_vis_opt_exp_EXPERIMENT_ID_combi ensures that users get to see the same variation each time.
_vis_opt_exp_EXPERIMENT_ID_exclude tells VWO that a user is excluded from a test.
_vis_opt_exp_EXPERIMENT_ID_split is set to tell if a user is supposed to see another page than the original.
_vis_opt_s is used to identify if a user has seen a test earlier
_vis_opt_out is used to identify if a user is to be excluded from an experiment
_vwo_uuid is used to anonymously identify users across experiments.

Marketo connects the information you submit to us via forms, for example connecting your e-mail address with the way you navigate on our website. This information is used to send relevant information and offers to you.

Other cookies

sid sets your session-ID and is deleted when a user leaves our web pages or closes the browser.