What data stored by PerformFlow & how is it used?

Read this article to know what data of yours is stored by PerformFlow, how is it stored and used.

Content:
  • What data is stored?
  • Storing workflow data
  • About your banking data
  • Do we share or transfer your data to third-parties?

What data is stored?

PerformFlow stores the user and usage data in Firebase, the Google cloud-hosted database.

The below table provides the complete list of what data of yours does PerformFlow store in this database. To make it clear, it also lists what data is NOT stored.

Type of dataWe store:We do NOT store:
User identification
  • Username
  • Google email address
 
Google Form data
  • Google Form ID (identifier of your Google Form where you have configured PerformFlow)
  • Form Title
  • Description
  • Number of questions
  • Respondent email address* (refer section: ‘Storing workflow data‘)
  • Content and data of your Google Form
  • Question titles
  • Responses to each question
  • Respondent’s username
Google Form settings
  • Your setting for ‘Collect email addresses’ option
  • Your setting for ‘Edit after submit’
 
Sharing & notification email addresses 
Notification email content 
Subscription data
  • Current plan details (Individual Premium, Team Premium)
  • Transaction details (amount, invoice ID, payment date)
  • Transaction handler (Paypal confirmation number)
  • Invoiced person or company name
  • Banking data

We store only the data that are absolutely necessary for PerformFlow to function to its entirety. Deleting some of or all of this data will interrupt PerformFlow’s functionality.

However, if you do not want us to store your data, you can send us your request to [email protected] and we will permanently delete it from our database.


Storing workflow data

PerformFlow approval workflow automatically sends notification email, including respondent’s answers & approval request to recipient after every new Google Forms submission.

In real-time, the approvals are collected in PerformFlow website, and are not originally part of the Google Form.

So when an approval workflow is setup, PerformFlow stores specific configuration data in Google Firebase.

This data is absolutely essential for the website to trigger email notification and update of the approval information in the Form responses spreadsheet, whenever there is an approval action on the document flow.


About your banking data

We are using PayPal to manage all your payments.

When you purchase a PerformFlow license using PayPal, it only provides us with your customer email address (linked to your PayPal account).

We have no information on your postal address or your contact phone number. PayPal does not share with us your bank or credit/debit card information (not even the last four digits).

At the moment, PerformFlow does not automatically renew your plan.


Do we share or transfer your data to third-parties?

Absolutely not. All your data remains safe, within Google Firebase – PerformFlow database. We do not share, transfer or sell any of your information to other companies

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