Hiver needs the following permissions to your Gmail/Google account to operate: “View and manage email from Gmail“: Hiver uses this to monitor new emails arriving in your Gmail. We look at new emails, see if a shared label is applied to it or not and share is across users if needed. The sharing action requires […]
The communication and data transfer between Hiver servers and Google’s server happen over TLS encrypted connection, so your data is secure during transfer between our and Google’s servers.
No. Hiver neither requires nor stores your password. As part of the sign in process, you provide your password to Google, and we use something called OAuth to interact with Google’s servers. Hiver will never ask for or store your password.
All your data is transmitted from the browser running on your computer to Hiver’s servers over SSL, which encrypts and secures your data during transmission.
No. No human ever reads your emails that are stored on Hiver’s servers. Our support team might look at your mail only if you contact us with a problem that you are facing with our service, and give us explicit permission to access your email to fix the problem.
Emails that you share using shared labels are not stored on Hiver’s servers. Please note that the emails might stay on Hiver’s servers for upto 1 hour while they are being synced between Gmail accounts. But this is temporary storage, and is cleaned up automatically. Do also note that we store the message ids of […]