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Does Cookie Saver work with google amp pages?

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    Cookie Saver Support

    Hi Vahan,

    Thank you for your questions. I don't have any experience with AMP pages, but maybe I can help anyway.

    I'm assuming the ClientID is stored in a cookie. If so, it all depends on what domain the AMP page is located on. If the AMP is on a different domain than the website (e.g. my-amp-site.com and my-website.com, respectively), then the value cannot be shared with the website, as that would make it a third-party cookie, which are blocked by default in both Safari and Firefox. Cookie Saver cannot bring back third-party cookies, unfortunately.

    It the AMP page is on a subdomain of the domain where the website is located (e.g. amp.my-website.com and my-website.com, respectively), then it should be able to be shared between the to pages. In this case Cookie Saver can help extend the lifespan of the cookie.

    I hope that helps.

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