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What you need to know about upcoming
Google Chrome changes

Google Chrome users, new changes are on their way. Here’s what you need to be aware of, in order to make sure your MyView experience is not affected.

The browser's newest version, Chrome 55, is set to launch on 6th December, and will include new Flash Player settings that will require an initial extra step for you.

Once Chrome 55 is available, you may receive a prompt, similar to the example below, when entering some surveys that require Flash Player. In order to enjoy a truly interactive experience, and guarantee you’re able to continue to view and complete all MyView surveys successfully, first select 'Click to Enable Adobe Flash Player' and then choose 'Allow' when the Run Flash pop-up window appears.

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If you accidentally select 'block', no need to fret. You can change your settings at any time by selecting the lock icon that appears next to the URL in the address bar. In the drop-down menu, locate the Flash section and select the option 'Always allow on this site.'

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As always, your privacy continues to be of utmost importance to us, and your personal information and survey responses will remain confidential.

For those who may use more than one browser, please note that Mozilla Firefox is also expected to roll out a similar change in 2017.

Questions about this upcoming change? Feel free to contact us at any time.

 

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