## Overview

With the recent release of [Google Chrome's SameSite Cookie Policy](🔗), the newest version of Chrome updated how it handles cookies. As a result, Affirm will stop working for Chrome users without updating your integration. This guide explains how this new policy affects your Affirm integration with Magento 2 and how to resolve any related issues.

##  How does the SameSite Cookie policy affect my integration?

Chrome’s SameSite Cookie Policy changes the redirect payment method and causes the Magento 2 sessions to reset when redirecting back to your site from the Affirm checkout. As a result, the session redirects back to an empty cart page and the authorization process fails.

##  When will Adobe Commerce implement a fix for this?

Although there are not any clear timelines established by Adobe Commerce, there is an active [GitHub issue](🔗) on the topic. In short, the fix would take setting their SESSION cookie as SameSite=None; Secure to ensure `POST` requests from outside the website domain are successfully transferring the session information.

##  How do I fix this?

To fix this issue, you will need to go to your Magento 2 admin panel and set the [**Affirm Checkout Flow Type** field to **Modal**](🔗).

We strongly recommend making these updates in a staging environment before pushing them to production. If you encounter any issues related to the Affirm plugin, please let us know and we would be happy to assist.