How Jamboard protects your privacy & keeps you in control

Keeping you safe online means protecting your information and respecting your privacy. That’s why, in every product we make, we focus on keeping your information secure, treating it responsibly, and keeping you in control. Our teams work every day to make Google products safe no matter what you’re doing—browsing the web, managing your inbox, or getting directions.

Your information is protected by world-class security. You can always control your privacy settings in your Google Account.

A more helpful & personalized experience for you 

When you use Google Jamboard, we use some data to offer you better experiences in the product. Your information stays secure. You can always control your privacy settings in your Google Account.

Your content is stored securely

When you make a post, poll, or upload media (such as a photo or video), it is stored securely in our world-class data centers. Data is encrypted in-transit and at-rest. Your Google Account comes with built-in security designed to detect and block threats like spam, malware, viruses, and hackers. Your activity is stored using industry-leading encryption.

Your email address helps sync your data

To store your preferences, help you sign in, and get you files you've uploaded through other devices, we use your email address.

Your data improves your Jamboard experience

To provide customer support, we process info from your account that is necessary to help you, but only if you contact Google for assistance first.

To improve Jamboard’s performance and reliability, and to help with troubleshooting in case of issues while you use Jamboard, we collect performance data and crash analytics. We also use this info to help prevent abuse of our services and for analysis.

Sync your services with your location 

To understand how your experience of the product may relate to geography, like when you send feedback to Google, and to keep your account secure, like if we notice you have signed in from a new location, we use some location info.

Jamboard doesn’t use your content for advertising

We don’t use information in apps where you primarily store personal content—including Jamboard—for advertising purposes, period. 

Stay in control of your content with easy-to-use settings

Google respects your privacy. We access your private content only when we have your permission or are required to by law.

If you have a work or school account, your organization can review logs of actions taken by Google when accessing content. Learn how to view logs with Access Transparency. Learn how Google protects your organization's security and privacy.  

It’s easy to view & control your data

How you use our products and services is a personal choice that’s up to you. To help you make informed decisions about what data to save, share or delete, we make it easy to understand what data is being collected and why.

With Dashboard, you can see an overview of the Google products you use and the things you store, like your emails and photos. And with My Activity, it’s easy to see or delete data collected from your activity across Google services, including things you’ve searched, viewed, and watched. Learn how to view and control activity in your Google Account

Control your search history

To optimize web search results to be added to a Jam file for collaboration, we store recent search queries you’ve made.

To review or manage your search history, use My Activity.

You can take your data with you

Everyone should have access to the content they’ve shared with us – any time and for any reason. That’s why we created Download Your Data – so you can download your photos, emails, contacts, and bookmarks. It’s your choice to make a copy of your data, back it up, or even move it to another service.

You are always in control of the data saved to your Google Account. Learn how to download your data.

If you have a work or school account, your organization can choose to download your data and to limit you from downloading it. Learn how an organization can export its data.

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