User Tracking

From your form settings, you can configure how Feathery tracks users to identify form submissions.


By default Feathery uses cookies to uniquely identify a device. If the user abandons the form and later re-accesses the form from the same device, Feathery will have saved their progress and be able to take them back to where they left off.


Fingerprints are a more powerful method of user tracking that allows you to identify unique devices even when cookie storage is disabled (e.g. browser incognito mode). This isn't recommended since it can make testing new sessions difficult, and you often want to give your user the ability to try again if they really want to.

No Tracking

You can also disable tracking for your form, which means if your user abandons their form and comes back later, they'll start from a new submission every time.

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