Privacy policy

Introduction

Your privacy is very important to us. ManicTime products are designed to work on your hardware, with no need for outside services. Your data is your own. However during your use of our services we may get some information.

ManicTime Client

All tracked data stays on your machine and it is not shared with us, however during your use of ManicTime we may get some data.

1. Automatic version check

By default ManicTime checks for a new version every day, at which time we get your IP, Windows version and which .Net versions you have installed. This information helps us decide, if we can stop supporting some Windows or .Net version.

What you can do about this?

You can disable daily version check in Settings, General, uncheck "Automatically check for updates".

There is no other automatic interaction with our services.

2. Log files and crash reports

Although we do everything in our power to make ManicTime reliable, crashes still happen. When you get a crash report, you will also have an option to send it to us. We might also ask you for log files. Log files can contain some information, like which applications you use (not how you use them or any personal data, only which applications), when ManicTime was running...

What can you do about this?

You can look at the log files before you send them to us, but please understand, that if you edit the log files, it does obstruct our ability to help.

ManicTime Server

All data stays on your machine, we do not have access to it, however during your use of ManicTime Server we may get some data.

1. Automatic version check

By default ManicTime Server checks for a new version every day, at that time we can get your IP, Windows version and which .Net versions you have installed. This information helps us decide, if we can stop supporting some Windows or .Net version.

What you can do about this?

To disable this, edit ManicTimeServerSettings.json file and include these lines:

{
    ......
    "automaticVersionCheck": {
        "enabled": false
    },
}

There is no other automatic interaction with our services.

2. Log files and crash reports

Although we do everything in our power to make ManicTime Server reliable, crashes still happen. When you get a crash report, you will also have an option to send it to us. We might also ask you for log files. Log files can contain some information, like the number of users using ManicTime Server, when ManicTime Server was running...

What can you do about this?

You can look at the log files before you send them to us, but please understand, that if you edit the log files, it does obstruct our ability to help.

ManicTime.com web site

When you are using our website, we store:

  • if you signup for newsletter, we store your email address
  • if you buy a license we store your personal data (name, address, email...). We do NOT store your payment information (credit card, paypal accounts...). We use Fastspring as our billing provider, they store the payment data.
  • if you send us a feedback, we store all information you provide in the feedback.

How do we use the information we collect?

We use the information we collect to make services better, develop new features and to help with problems arising from the use of our products. We do NOT share collected information with anyone.

Last updated on October 8, 2018