How to Delete Cookies in Microsoft Edge

At times, you might need to delete cookies associated with a specific website in your Microsoft Edge browser. This could be necessary for troubleshooting or as directed by support. Clearing cookies related to a particular site in Edge helps ensure that only the data from that site is removed, leaving other saved information intact.

Follow these steps to delete cookies for a specific website in Microsoft Edge:

  1. Launch Microsoft Edge on your computer.
  2. Click on the three horizontal dots located in the top-right corner of the browser window. This will open the Edge menu.
  3. Click on Settings.
  4. Click on Cookies and site permissions in the left pane.
  5. Click the Manage and Delete Cookies and Site Data option.
  6. Under the Cookies and Data Stored section, click on See all cookies and site data from the list of options.
  7. You will now have a full list of all the stored cookies in your browser. Scrolling through all of them to find the site you’re looking for would be quite tedious. Instead, search for the specific site’s cookies you want to clear in the search field in the top right corner of the page. In this example, we’re looking for cookies related to Glide.
  8. Expand the specific cookie(s) you want to clear and click the trashcan icon next to the cookies list. Alternatively, you can click the Remove all shown button to clear all the specifically related cookies.
  9. When you click the Remove all shown button, you’ll need to verify you want to remove the cookies and stored data by clicking the Clear button.

Deleting cookies associated with Glide or any specific site in Microsoft Edge helps reset site preferences, stored filters, and certain settings related to the Glide system, similar to how it's done in other browsers.

Keep in mind that clearing cookies might impact certain stored preferences and logged-in sessions on the Glide platform, resetting filters, view settings, and login status.

Glide stores several settings in cookies, including but not limited to the following information:

  • Any filters you have selected in the jobs reports will be stored and automatically selected when you return to the screen. This is useful when you select filers and then click on a particular job, you can use the back button and the filters will remain selected.
  • Which filter level you last viewed the Scheduler as, for example, a particular office or team.
  • Whether at a user level, you have hidden any result rows from the jobs reports.
  • The fact that you have successfully logged in.
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