Google disclosure

Mergo use of information received from Google APIs adheres to Google API Services User Data Policy, including the Limited Use requirements.

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Limited Use

  1. Data collected via Google APIs (eg: Gmail data) is only used to provide or improve user-facing features that are prominent in Mergo's user interface. All other uses of the data are prohibited;

  2. We only transfer the data to others if necessary to provide or improve user-facing features that are prominent in Mergo's user interface. We may also transfer data as necessary to comply with applicable law or as part of a merger, acquisition, or sale of assets with notice to users. All other transfers or sales of the user data are prohibited;

  3. We don't use or transfer the data for serving ads, including retargeting, personalized, or interest-based advertising; and

  4. We don't allow humans to read the data, unless

    1. We first obtained the user's affirmative agreement to view specific messages, files, or other data;

    2. It is necessary for security purposes (such as investigating a bug or abuse);

    3. It is necessary to comply with applicable law; or

    4. Our use is limited to internal operations and the data (including derivations) have been aggregated and anonymized.

These prohibitions apply to the raw data obtained from Restricted Scopes and data aggregated, anonymized, or derived from them. We ensure that our employees, agents, contractors, and successors comply with the Google API Services: User Data Policy.

Reminder from our Privacy Policy

"Mergo does not store your Gmail draft's content, emails received, and any other email content: All your emails stay in your Gmail box and you are the only one having access to your mailbox. We only access your draft so you can send your mail merge with Mergo, and the emails you received to track responses on your spreadsheet. We don't store any of your emails content in an external database."

Read the "Data storage" section of our Privacy Policy to learn more