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BrowserContexts provide a way to operate multiple independent sessions, with separate pages, cache, and cookies. A default BrowserContext is created when a browser is launched.

The browser module API is used to create a new BrowserContext.

If a page opens another page, e.g. with a call, the popup will belong to the parent page’s BrowserContext.

BrowserContext.addCookies()Adds cookies into the BrowserContext.
BrowserContext.clearCookies()Clear the BrowserContext’s cookies.
BrowserContext.clearPermissions() Clears all permission overrides for the BrowserContext.
BrowserContext.cookies()Returns a list of cookies from the BrowserContext.
BrowserContext.close()Close the BrowserContext and all its pages.
BrowserContext.grantPermissions(permissions[, options])Grants specified permissions to the BrowserContext.
BrowserContext.newPage()Uses the BrowserContext to create a new Page and returns it.
BrowserContext.pages() Returns a list of pages that belongs to the BrowserContext.
BrowserContext.setDefaultNavigationTimeout(timeout)Sets the default navigation timeout in milliseconds.
BrowserContext.setDefaultTimeout(timeout)Sets the default maximum timeout for all methods accepting a timeout option in milliseconds.
BrowserContext.setGeolocation(geolocation) Sets the BrowserContext’s geolocation.
BrowserContext.setOffline(offline)Toggles the BrowserContext’s connectivity on/off.
BrowserContext.waitForEvent(event[, optionsOrPredicate]) Waits for the event to fire and passes its value into the predicate function.