We implemented changes with SameSite cookies for upcoming Google Chrome update. We set `SameSite=none` on our response. And currently began testing, but some of our testers faced problems. Even when SameSite=none is set. For example, tester was signed in to his personal account on chrome and he disabled his 3rd party cookies. And the app did not worked, when he signed out the google account app started working.
So my question is:
Thanks in advance
Go to chrome://flags/#samesite then enable the SameSite flags and relaunch your browser.
It fails if your app keeps refreshing, gets an error, is missing functionality or is displaying a differently.
You can download Chrome Canary to test existing Chrome vs new Chrome side by side.
Can you please share details of how you added? I'm trying to add but not getting exactly how to do.
[My APP developed in PHP-Codeigniter framework]
What about if we use a private app to use theStorefront API?
As the private app is managed by Shopify, we can add the samesite attribute into it but in our website, we're blocked with Chrome which report errors because samesite isn't set to None
THanks for your support
With your private app you should not be running into the same problems, as all code is written by you to be displayed as intended. Shopify, in that case, is simply the API. Are you running into any errors?
Vix | Developer Support @ Shopify
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