Learn more about our security and privacy measures
We use your communication metadata so that you don't have to manually log interactions.
Quick overview of our
Our database is encrypted and safely hosted on AWS, which hosts data for the biggest companies on the planet.
Your data is only accessible by our servers. With your permission, we can look up your data to sort out an error.
We don't import any more data than what we need. We don't import the content of emails for example.
Just to make sure we're clear on this.
We can't access your email content in the first place and don't want to. Your emails are not our business.
We don't share any data with third parties. The data we import from your Google account is not sent to any third party app.
LinkedIn is famous for emailing their users contacts without their consent. We don't do that. Just to be clear.
Additional steps we're taking to protect your data
Authentification tokens used to retrieve your data from Google's APIs are encrypted in our database.
Access to production environments is limited to our technical executive team.
Like everyone, we use the industry-standard 256-bit encryption with SSL.
Key passwords are updated on a quarterly basis to reduce risks.
We use 2FA for all our critical infrastructure.
We use analytics apps but don't track what you type.
Some questions we've been asked
No we don't. We make money by serving our customers. Also, this is not permitted by Google.
We plan on open-sourcing our app in 2021, give us some time :)
Unfortunately yes. While we're doing everything in our power to mitigate risks, we can't guarantee 100% safety to your data.
Sure! Just email your question to email@example.com.