Your connection to Faith Dashboard is fully encrypted via HTTPS, including (but not limited to) all stylesheets, scripts, and images. For more comprehensive details, see the SSL Labs report for faithdashboard.com.
The apps on Faith Dashboard use the HTML5 Local Storage API to store user-inputted data and preferences. All of this data remains on your computer, and can be cleared through your web browser. The data contains no personally-identifiable information except whatever information you may enter into the app.
When you create an account on Faith Dashboard, Faith Dashboard will upload the contents of your dashboard to its servers. Your first name, last name, email, and dashboard are all private and only visible to you. Your password is stored in a secure hashing format on our databases to protect your account.
If you created an account, you can request this data to be deleted by emailing email@example.com from the email you signed up with.
Faith Dashboard uses Plausible Analytics, a privacy-focused analytics platform. We only use this information to examine traffic trends and aggregated visitor statistics (i.e. the percentage of Chrome users, or the total number of people who viewed a particular project). However, you would need to read the Plausible Analytics data policyto understand how Plausible collects and uses this information. I do not otherwise share this information.
The only time Faith Dashboard will email you is if you request a password reset, or in response to a support request. If you choose to email support, your email will not be shared with anyone else with anyone else, nor will you be opted into any marketing emails.