Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

Last Revised

October 12, 2022

Cookies and similar tracking technologies

Planhat uses cookies and other tracking technologies on its websites to give you the full functionality of the website, to customize your user experience, perform analytics and deliver personalized advertising. This policy explains how we do this.

What is a cookie?

A "cookie" is a small text file that is downloaded onto your device such as computer or smartphone when you access our websites. Tracking technology other than cookies can be e.g. pixels or other software used for similar purposes as cookies or the device's IP address. In this policy we call all these types of technologies "cookies".

When you visit our websites, we, or an authorized third party, may place a cookie on your device that collects information about your online activities over time and across different sites. Cookies allow us to track use, infer browsing preferences, and improve and customize your browsing experience.

All cookies have a publisher which tells you who the cookie belongs to. The publisher is the owner of the domain specified in the cookie. Whenever you visit our website, Planhat places cookies onto your device for different reasons. Such cookies are called “first-party” cookies, whereas cookies set by a third-party company, such as a social media platforms or ad providers, are called “third party” cookies.

We use both session-based and persistent cookies on our websites. Session-based cookies exist only during a single session and disappear from your device when you close your browser or turn off the device. Persistent cookies remain on your device after you close your browser or turn your device off.

What types of cookies do we use and why?

Below you will find more detailed information about our cookies and the reason for using them.

Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are necessary for basic website functionality and cannot be switched off. Some examples include: session cookies needed to transmit the website, authentication cookies, and security cookies. You can set your browser to block or alert you about these cookies, but that can make some parts of the site not work. These cookies do not store any personally identifiable information.

Performance cookies

These cookies allow us to count visits and traffic so we can collect insights like which pages are the most popular and see how visitors move around the site. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore, anonymous. For example, Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager allows us to track visitor behavior and measure site performance. We also use cookies set by Hubspot to tack visitors. If you do not allow these cookies, we will not be able to provide you with a tailored experience.

Functional cookies

These cookies enable the website to provide enhanced functionality and personalization, e.g. to remember changes you have made to your account settings. We may also use cookies to provide you with other services. They may be set by us or by third-party providers whose services we have added to our pages such as Hubspot and LinkedIn. If you do not allow these cookies, some or all of these services may not function properly.

Advertising cookies

Advertising cookies track activity across websites in order to understand a viewer’s interests and to direct marketing to them. We sometimes use cookies delivered by us or by third parties such as Facebook or Google to show you ads for our products that we believe are relevant and of interest to you on devices you use and to track the performance of our advertisements. We also use cookies from LinkedIn to sync you visiting with ads on LinkedIn. For example, these cookies collect information such as which browser you used when visiting our websites.

How to change consent, block and remove cookies?

You can review a full list of our cookies and change your cookie consent from our cookie banner. In addition to your consent withdrawal, you can easily stop your browser from accepting cookies by configuring your browser’s cookie settings. Most browsers have a default setting that accepts the use of cookies. You can change these settings to inform you when a cookie is sent to your computer, or set your browser to always block cookies. You can also choose to delete all cookies stored on your computer. You can opt whether you want cookies to be saved automatically in your means of communication, whether you want to be asked every time a cookie wants to be saved, or whether you do not want any cookies to be saved. If you choose to disable cookies, you may face limitation on functionality and a deteriorated user experience.

Guidance on how to control cookies for common browsers is linked below.

More information

You can read more about cookies at