Open Agora Slack app wants to keep most of the User Experience within Slack. Hence we receive and store the minimum amount of data on our servers.
We first keep the email address used for the registration process (in order to be able to contact you if a problem occurs). We also store our users' team id, in order to interact with Slack API. We also store the data relative to users' polls (including the polls' labels, possible answers and votes). This enables our users to change and to review their votes. We do not have access to emails or real names of voters, thus we do not store such data.
At any time, upon a user request, we may remove her data from our servers entirely.
Open Agora servers are hosted by OVH a French hosting company. Our services are deployed on privately-run Debian machines, using Docker isolated containers (and other open source technologies).
Advertising — Data sharing
Open Agora is committed to avoid advertisements.
Furthermore, Open Agora does not share any of its customers data with other companies. And we are committed to keep it that way.