Enable third-party cookies

Updated by Jill Bowers

Note: To see a list of domains that require cookies, select Xactimate Domains in the table of contents.

Enable cookies in Chrome 

If your company manages your Chrome settings, you might not be able to enable cookies. For more help, contact your administrator. 

Enable all cookies 

  1. In the upper-right corner of your Chrome browser, select the More icon.
  2. Select Settings
  3. Select the menu button on the left side of the screen. 
  4. Select Privacy and security
  5. Select Site settings.  
  6. Under Content, select Third-party cookies
  7. Select the Allow third-party cookies radio button. 

 

 

Enable specific cookies 

If you block cookies by default, you can still allow them for specific sites. 

  1. In Chrome, select the More icon
  2. Select Privacy and security. 
  3. Under Privacy and security, select Site settings.  
  4. Under Content, select Third-party cookies
  5. Under Customized behaviors, select the Add button next to Allowed to use third-party cookies
Note: You may need to scroll down on the Third-party cookies page to see Customized behaviors.  
  1. In the window that opens, enter the web address of the site you want to allow to use cookies. 
Note: Certain Xactimate domains must be allowed to use cookies, including [*.]xactimate.com and [*.]xactcontents.com

 

  1. Select Add

To revoke permission for third-party cookies from a site you added, select the Delete icon

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Enable cookies in Firefox 

According to Mozilla, "Starting in Firefox 69, third-party tracking cookies are blocked for all users by default." You will need to enable cookies from Xactware and from Verisk. 

  1. In Firefox, select the Menu icon
  2. Select Settings
  3. Select Privacy & Security

 

  1. Under Cookies and Site Data, select Manage Exceptions
  2. In the window that opens, enter the web address of the site you want to allow to use cookies. 
  3. Choose an option for the site you entered.  
  • Select Allow to let the site use cookies until you block the website.  
  • Select Allow for Session to let the site use cookies only for the time your browser is open during your current session.  
  • Select Block to prevent the site from using cookies.