Introduction:

If your embedded decision tree isn’t displaying accurately on your browser, clearing the local storage can help. This guide provides step-by-step instructions for doing so in Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge.

Step by Step Instructions

Chrome

Here’s how to clear the local storage in Google Chrome:

  1. Open the Google Chrome Console by pressing F12 key.
  2. Select “Application” in the console’s top menu.
  3. Select “Local Storage” in the console’s left menu.
  4. Right click your site(s) and click clear to delete the local storage.

Firefox

Here’s how to clear the local storage in Firefox:

  1. Open the Developer Tools by pressing F12 key.
  2. Select “Storage” in the developer’s top menu.
  3. Select “Local Storage” in the developer’s left menu.
  4. Right click your site(s) and click delete all.

Safari

Here’s how to clear the local storage in Safari:

  1. Click the Develop menu and choose Web Inspector.
  2. Select “Storage” in the top menu
  3. Select “Local Storage” in the developer’s left menu
  4. Click your site(s) and click the trash icon at the top.

Microsoft Edge

Here’s how to clear the local storage in Microsoft Edge:

  1. Press Ctrl + Shift + Delete
  2. Select Cookies and cached data, then click Delete.

Conclusion:

Clearing your browser’s local storage can resolve display issues with embedded decision trees. Follow these steps to do so in your preferred browser.

FAQs:

  • Can clearing local storage affect other website data?
    • Yes, clearing local storage can log you out of websites and clear website-specific settings.