Sometimes GrowFlow will have corrupted or outdated cache and cookie files that will cause GrowFlow to act unexpectedly or incorrectly. Clearing the browser's cache and cookies is also a great way to clear your system if you feel things are running slowly. Here’s a guide on how to clear Chrome's Cache and Cookies.

1. Close any GrowFlow windows/tabs you may have open. Then go to the vertical ellipses on the top right of your Chrome Browser, then click Settings:

2. Under the word “Settings”, locate and select the “Privacy and Security” tab.

3. In the Privacy and Security tab, click “Cookies and Other Site Data”.

4. Now, click the “See all cookies and site data” button.

5. Then search for "GrowFlow" in the search bar to bring up any saved GrowFlow site data.

6. Below the search bar, click the “Remove All Shown” button to clear your GrowFlow site data.

Now that any corrupted cache or cookie files have been deleted, try to log into GrowFlow again!

To clear all cache and cookies In Chrome:

1. Close any GrowFlow windows/tabs you may have open.

2. Go to the vertical ellipses on the top right of your Chrome Browser and then go to Settings.

3. Go to Privacy and Security, then go to Cookies and other site data.

4. Go to See all cookies and site data.

5. Click Remove All to clear your entire cache/cookies history.

Note: If you would like to retain your passwords and login information, deselect “Cookies and other site data” to only clear your browsing history and cache.

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