Export Sheet Data - Privacy Policy

Starting January 8, 2018, Google will require all apps and add-ons to be verified if they access "sensitive Google APIs." Since Export Sheet Data (ESD) must access users' Google Dive files to function, it needs to be verified so users are not shown a terrifying "Unverified App" screen. Part of that verification requires having a visible privacy policy which can be read below.

When does ESD collect my personal information?

Never. Any personal information collected (which should be none) is purely done by internal Google processes. I have not coded any personal data collection into ESD. Your data is YOUR data.

Where does ESD send my personal information?

Nowhere. Any personal information sent anywhere (which should be nowhere) is purely done by internal Google processes. I have not coded any personal data sharing into ESD. Your data is no one else's business.

Will ESD ever do anything with my personal information?

Probably not. The only information gathering likely to ever be done by ESD would be analytics to see how many users ESD has and how often it is used. This is not something it currently does, and if it ever is done it would purely be so I could look at pretty graphs when I get bored.

Why make a privacy policy if you aren't collecting personal information?

Google requires it for verification. I would prefer new users not have to take extra steps to install ESD nor do I want users to feel uneasy because they are installing an "unverified add-on."