Can we prevent the need to disable "Cross-Site-Tracking" in Safari Browser for MacOs
Can we prevent the need to disable "Cross-Site-Tracking" in Safari Browser for MacOs, as it can make the browser less private.
Thanks for your suggestion. We are actively looking at the underlying issue caused by modern browsers.
Donnie Wall commented
Any update on this issue?
It would be great if we didn't have to inform our users to enable cross site tracking on browsers on iOS devices. So that they could continue to use the feature for privacy but still have functionality with Nintex Forms for O365.
This is a big deal to have a major browser/OS combo not work without disabling cross-site tracking for all websites - especially when this is the default setting. With more workers using unmanaged personal devices for telecommuting, we ran smack into this brick wall at the front of our intranet migration from Nintex on-prem to O365. It will mean more support calls, user frustration, inefeciancy, and ultimately failed attempts to complete business processes.
Also note this affects iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Other browsers have similar 3rd-party cookie blocking features as well. Seems like this is here to stay and needs to be addressed.
Bill Vencil commented
I see this is still an issue a year later.
Nintex Forms for O365 requiring Cross-Site Tracking is likely going to create a no-go situation for one of my clients. They have many Mac users, so implementing a form break the entire SharePoint list for them, I would characterize this as a critical issue, as it may be that other browsers follow suit.