Access The Dashboard In An Incognito Browser

Signing into any app in an Incognito window can be useful for a variety of reasons, including privacy, security, convenience, and troubleshooting. However, Incognito windows can prevent logging into platforms that require cookies in order to sign in. Learn how to enable cookies in your Incognito window to access the ContactMonkey dashboard.

An incognito window, also known as a private browsing mode or a private window, is a feature offered by most web browsers that allows you to browse the internet without leaving any trace of your activity on the device. Here are some reasons why you might want to use an incognito window:

  1. Privacy: When you use an incognito window, your browsing history, cookies, and other temporary files are not saved on your device, which can help protect your privacy.

  2. Security: Using an incognito window can also help protect your device from malware and viruses.

  3. Convenience: Incognito windows are also useful when you are using a shared device or a public computer, as it ensures that your browsing activity is not visible to other users who may use the same device after you.

  4. Avoid personalized results: When you search for something on the internet, the search engine may use your browsing history and cookies to personalize the results. Using an incognito window can help you see the "unbiased" search results.

  5. Testing: Incognito windows are also useful for testing how a website or application works without the influence of your browsing history or cookies.

It is important to note that using an incognito window does not completely hide your online activity. Your internet service provider, network administrator, or the websites themselves may still be able to track your activity. Additionally, incognito mode does not protect you from phishing attacks or other forms of online fraud.


Login In An Incognito Chrome Window

Enabling cookies in an incognito window is a simple process that can be done in just a few steps. Here's how you can do it:

      1. Open your web browser and click on the three dots in the top right corner to open the menu.

      2. From the menu, select "New incognito window"

      3. Head to ContactMonkey's sign in page

      4. Click on the lock icon in the top left corner of the address bar.

      5. From the drop-down menu, select "Cookies and site data".

      6. Toggle off  "Block all cookies."

      7. Sign in with your credentials

That's it! You have successfully enabled cookies in your incognito window.





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