Privacy, TOS, SLA and Liability

Updated on Aug.08, 2018

By using our services, solutions, web apps and add-ons scripts you acknowledge, consent and agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service as listed on this page.


As long as we only work within the Google Cloud Platform, mostly using Google Apps Script (as a web app or add-on) within the user’s Google account, privacy is for us not just by design but also a premise.

We don’t store or access your data directly, we rely on Google services to process the information as required by the script.

We collect minimal information from you when using our services and scripts

What information we collect?

We collect your email address.

Then, associated with your email address we also collect:
- Locale (language of your document), 
- Installation date, 
- Settings (just boolean flags associated with your choice to enroll in the beta and alpha program)
- Subscription details at PayPal (subscription ID, plus name and email you use @PayPal when subscribing to the premium plan)
- Error and warning messages
- Usage stats (just numbers like: number of processed items, execution time, etc), 
- OS (Linux, Windows, etc) and Browser (Chrome, Firefox, Edge, etc) you are using
- Note that some other information might come as part of an error message from Google, so far we only know of the following pieces of information: sheet name (on sheet not found error)

Where is that information stored?

- Google Firebase Database (email address and settings, premium plan subscription details), 
- Google Sheets (last 30 days Logs and stats, Merging Mail lists for users we communicate with), 
- Gmail (email communications with clients), Google Vault and Spanning Backup
- PayPal (email address to link the premium plan subscription to your account)

How is that information used?

- We use Logs for context when providing support
- Merging Mail for some users we communicate with in case of errors or other important matters
- Google Analytics (hashed/obscured with Sha256 email address as user id)

How we protect that information?

- Private within our domain, using 2-step verification
- Never login with other account in the same browser session

Do we access your data?

- No, we don’t have access to your information, data or settings, other than the aforementioned
- All your data stays within your Google account under your full control.

Do we share your information?

- We do not and will not share your information with any third party

How we communicate with you?

- We might communicate with you by email from time to time to follow up on errors or script issues, as well as other matters we could consider of your interest in relation with our services. When doing that we either send you a personal email or use our own private Merging Mail from Sheets tool
- We also provide occasional in-app announcements, polls and surveys with relevant information.
- For premium plan subscribers we send a reminder email the month before of the renewal
- And of course, we respond to your feedback tickets and follow up your questions until you are satisfied.

Special access for support and troubleshooting

In very special and seldom cases, we respond to requests to and also offer help on troubleshooting specific issues.
In those cases we might have access to your data, provided you share your Google document with us, after agreeing on the following premises and terms:
- There is no sensitive, private or personally identifiable information in your data
- All your data will remain within your document and 
- You must remove the sharing access when the support session is completed

Access, scopes, permissions and authorization

When using any of our web apps and add-ons Scripts, hosted on Google Apps servers, you would be asked for authorization to access several services running on your Google account,  as shown below. We have added an explanation about the purpose and actual use of each of these scopes.

Depending on the Script you are using, you might just have to authorize just some of these scopes

View and manage the files in your Google Drive
    create a private folder within your Google Drive for data files, but only access that folder
Basic account info (View your email address, Know who you are on Google)
    collect your email address for registration and authentication purpose
View and manage documents that this application has been installed in
    reading and writing only in the documents you install and use the script
View and manage data associated with the application
    reading and writing the properties associated with the script, user and document
Connect to an external service
    posting stats, errors and warning messages to the script private log and accessing user's settings
Display and run third-party web content in prompts and sidebars inside Google applications
    showing web content for user interaction in a sidebar or dialogue

Allow this application to run when you are not present
    running some tasks using triggers (time-based, on form submit), the user must set the triggers

View your email messages and settings
    getting the list of draft messages, reading the content of the draft message selected by the user
Send email (as you) on your behalf
    sending emails based on the selected user's template with information from the current datasheet

Note that the Script having access to those services doesn’t mean we do. 
We, as the developers, won’t have direct access to any of those services neither to your data within your Google account or domain.

You can remove any app with access to your account in My Account

TOS, SLA and Liability

Our web apps and add-ons scripts are hosted on Google Apps servers and all your data stays there within your Google account, accordingly both the scripts and your data will enjoy the same Terms of Services (TOS) and Service Level Agreement (SLA) you already have with Google.

The same way that Google “End Users Using Scripts or Add-ons” Terms, declines to assume any responsibility for Scripts or Add-ons, we also do decline as declared in such Terms.

Our services and scripts are provided on an "AS IS" basis. In addition to that we just offer Best Effort basis SLA for the expected and correct functioning of our services and scripts, and on that we commit fully.

Other than that we offer no guarantees, warranties, or any assurances, expressed or implied, about or around the use of our scripts. Neither we can be hold accountable or liable for anything that could happen, related or not with the use of our services and scripts, even if it’s not explicitly written here.

We are all riding at the edge of Google Cloud Platform technologies, that are constantly evolving usually for the better. However, as a result, features that we are using and relying on, might be discontinued by Google in the future. We aim to adapt and evolve as Google technologies does, but we cannot guarantee we will always succeed on that effort.

The Mapping web app is using Google Maps Platform API (Javascript API v3 calls) within the mapping html page, see specific privacy and terms here.

In addition to all above statements we might include some more details for specific scripts and custom solutions, in their own main page and terms.

Additional notes

About the GDPR

- We have taken the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) guidelines effective since May 25, 2018, as a learning opportunity and a compelling reason to review and revise our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service, while improving at the same time our workflow and procedures to attend to these matters.

About 3rd party Api access

- In some of our custom solutions our scripts connect to 3rd party products using REST Api calls.
- We never collect neither store the user’s credentials to access those 3rd party Api
- An example of 3rd party integration we have made are related with Zoho, Solve CRM, Quickbooks, Clio, etc.

(†) We may change these terms from time to time at our sole discretion. Your continued use of our solutions after any change in these terms will constitute your acceptance of such changes.

Please, contact us for any questions or concerns you might have about our privacy and terms.