Open the Cookies pane
- Open Chrome DevTools.
- Open Application > Storage > Cookies and select an origin.
The Cookies table contains the following fields:
- Name. The cookie's name.
- Value. The cookie's value.
- Domain. The hosts that are allowed to receive the cookie.
- Path. The URL that must exist in the requested URL in order to send the
- Expires / Max-Age. The cookie's expiration date or maximum age.
For session cookies this value is always
- Size. The cookie's size, in bytes.
- Secure. If true, this field indicates that the cookie can only be sent to the server over a secure, HTTPS connection.
- SameSite. Contains
Laxif the cookie is using the experimental
- Partition Key. For cookies with independent partition state, the partition key is the site of the top-level URL the browser was visiting at the start of the request to the endpoint that set the cookie.
- Priority. Contains
Highif using deprecated cookie Priority attribute.
To view a cookie's value, select it in the table. To see the value without percent-encoding, checkShow URL-decoded.
Use the Filter box to filter cookies by Name or Value.
Filtering by other fields is not supported. Filter is case-insensitive.
Add a cookie
To add an arbitrary cookie:
- Double-click an empty row in the table.
- Enter a Name and Value and press Enter.
DevTools populates other required fields automatically. You can edit them as described next.
Edit a cookie
All the fields are editable except Size that updates automatically.
Double-click a field to edit it.
DevTools highlights cookies with invalid field values in red.
To filter out valid cookies, checkOnly show cookies with an issue in the top action bar.
To delete a cookie, select it and clickDelete selected in the top action bar.
ClickClear all to delete all cookies.
Identify and inspect third-party cookies
Third-party cookies are those set by a site that's different from the current top-level page. Third-party cookies have the
DevTools lists such cookies in Application > Storage > Cookies and shows a warning warning icon next to them. Hover over the icon to see a tooltip and click it to go to the Issues panel for more information.
You can also find third-party cookies in Network > click request > Cookies.