The European Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 26, 2018. This regulation requires individuals or organizations handling data about European Union (EU) citizens to comply with its provisions. The main objective of GDPR is to safeguard the privacy of EU citizens, and we view it as a positive step towards creating a more transparent and equitable online environment for both consumers and businesses. Consequently, if any member of your Community (such as your team, company, workspace, or group) holds a account and is an EU citizen, GDPR regulations are applicable. To assist you in navigating the intricacies of GDPR and to assure you of our support, we have prepared a comprehensive guide. Rest assured, we prioritize your privacy and security at, and we are always available to address any questions, concerns, or feedback you may have. Please feel free to reach out to us at  

Who you are: Administrators, Users, and your Community

If you use you are either a User or an Administrator. The Community consists of both Users and Administrators together. Administrators have access to User usage data.  Administers may also configure the Community’s settings. If you are unsure who your Administrator is or you are unable to get help related to a GDPR issue from your Administrator, please contact us at  We are here to help!  

Data request, modification, and deletion

If you are an EU citizen and use our Services, then you have specific rights to your data. This relates to GDPR Chapter 3—Right of the data subject. You can request to receive your data, modify it, and/or delete it. Administrators and Users can export their data by contacting us at If you want to delete or modify your data, your first contact is your Administrator.  Said Administrator will then contact to complete the request.  If you are unable to locate your Administrator, or they do not assist you with your data request, please contact us directly at  If you are not an EU citizen and would like to modify or delete your data, we can only do that if your Administrator gives us their permission to do so.  

Transporting EU citizen data

If there are Administrators or Users in your Community who are EU citizens, it is crucial to ensure that the transfer and protection of their data comply with GDPR guidelines (Chapter V, Articles 44-50). This entails that personal data concerning EU citizens may only be transferred and stored in countries that have been acknowledged by the European Commission as offering sufficient protection. To access the current list of recognized countries, you can click on this link: ( Your data is stored in the EU, but we do interact with supporting services that may be located outside of the EU.  

GDPR Complaints

 If you are a resident of the European Economic Area and would like to complain, please contact your Data Protection Authority. You can find a list of Data Protection Authorities by clicking here ( Please contact us before filing a complaint.  We will do everything we can to resolve your complaint, while adhering to applicable law, our specified Terms of Service and this Privacy Policy.  


We strive to keep you informed about any changes to GDPR regulations that may impact, and we will make every effort to share updates on this page. To enhance your understanding of GDPR, our policies, and the policies of the chat platforms we integrate with, we have provided some resources below for your convenience.

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