In order for The Mommy Tribe to function properly, we sometimes install small data files, known as cookies, on users' devices. Most of the big websites do it too.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that websites install on the computer or mobile device of users who visit them. cookies make it possible for the website to remember the user's actions and preferences (login identifier, language, font size and other display preferences), so that the user does not have to reconfigure them when returning to the site or browsing its pages.
- Your display preferences (for example, contrast, color, or font size)
- If you have already answered a pop-up survey about the usefulness of certain content (never to ask again to do so)
- Remember what items you had in the cart so you don't have to add them again.
- If you have an account, it keeps you registered so you don't have to do it every time.
Although cookies are not essential for the website to work, if you enable them you will enjoy a better browsing experience. You can delete or block cookies, but if you do, some of the features of this website may not work properly.
The information associated with cookies is not used to personally identify the user. In addition, we keep data about your browsing patterns fully under our control. These cookies are used exclusively for the purposes indicated here.
How to control cookies
You can control or delete cookies whenever you want: for more information, see aboutcookies.org . In addition to being able to delete all the cookies that are already on your computer, you can also configure most browsers to stop accepting them. But keep in mind that, if you reject cookies, you may have to manually reconfigure your preferences every time you visit a site and certain services and features stop working.