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Clear overview of how we use your email data
We want to make sure we only access the data we really need. That's why we only ask for your email metadata. We never access your email content.
Your Gmail data is only used by machines. Our team won't read or access any of your email data unless you explicitly ask for it (for support for ex.)
The only data we import from Gmail is this: the email subject, who emailed you or who you emailed and when. This is enough data to work with.
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.
By default, we don't share any data with third parties. The only exception to this rule is Mixpanel, our analytics apps, which receives information about how you use our app only.
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
As required by Google, the authentification tokens we use to retrieve your Gmail data are safely encrypted in our database.
Access to production environments is limited to authorized team members only.
We use the industry-standard 256-bit encryption with SSL.
Key passwords are updated on a quarterly basis to reduce risks.