I love the sound of the Power-up Agile Cards by Spartez. I think that the ability to print my cards will be great. But I have one concern...
When going to use the power-up, I'm asked to give my permission for Spartez to access my data. But I'm unclear on exactly what data the Spartez team might be able to see.
If I agree, am I giving access to Spartez to read the notes I have on my cards?
Great question! Because the Agile Cards Power-Up is third-party, I don't have access to exactly what data they're requesting, but that would be a great question to ask Spartez directly, and they should be able to give you a better rundown of what they access and what they do with it.
You can reach them here: email@example.com
Hi @Michael Morgan and @Michael Labrecque-Jessen,
Sorry for the delayed response, I didn't catch this one before the weekend landed.
In terms of the data that we collect from our Agile Cards power-up, it's within the scope of product usage analytics and unique user id(s).
The culmination of these dimensions allows us to gain a holistic view on the adoption of the power-up, its usage and also permits us to contact end-users, if and when it's deemed necessary.
For your peace of mind, we aren't reading / pulling any sensitive data - such as card / list content from your Trello board(s).
Further info on the data which we collect and how it's used can be referenced in our EULA here - bit.ly/spartez_eula
We prompt all users to review our EULA before authorising the Agile Cards power-up on their board(s).
If you have any further concerns, feel free to ping us via firstname.lastname@example.org
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