If you edit and share a web service in AutoWeb it will send your email address to its server so that it can attribute any share you make to your user. This email address will not be shared with any third party and will be known only to the app’s developer.
If you sign in to start a trial, your email address will be sent to a server so that the date of the trial can be checked.
If you use any of the importable web services in AutoWeb you do it at your own risk. AutoWeb’s developer is not responsible for any data you share with any of the web services you use in AutoWeb.
To make it very clear, AutoWeb doesn’t collect any data from any web service (other than the one mentioned above) other than saving your credentials to your local storage so that you can use said web services. AutoWeb does not share any data with any third parties.
To give an example, if you import a web service in AutoWeb this will happen:
- You will be asked to sign in to the web service
- Your entered account info will be stored on the device’s local storage so that AutoWeb can use the web service on your behalf
- The info is not used outside of AutoWeb and Tasker
- The info is not shared with any other entity
Regarding Gmail, all of the authorization scopes below are needed to give the user full access to the API from the AutoWeb app.
- https://mail.google.com/ – AutoWeb needs to allow the user to delete threads and messages, bypassing the trash, if the user wants to in any automation situation
auth/gmail.modify – AutoWeb allows the user to modify anything about their gmail messages, threads, etc. in any automation situation
auth/gmail.compose – AutoWeb allows the user to send messages automatically in any automation situation
auth/gmail.insert – AutoWeb allows the user to import messages automatically in any automation situation
auth/gmail.readonly – AutoWeb allows the user to read data from their gmails in any automation situation
auth/gmail.send – AutoWeb allows the user to send messages automatically in any automation situation