In fact you can use Short Reckonings without registering and communicating any personal information.
You can also choose to sign-in with your Facebook account for a few added features: storing your expense sheets in one easy-access place, easily add your friends to your expense sheets. Note that the latter does not invite or contact your friends in any way.
Short Reckonings uses Google Analytics to collect general statistics about visitors to the Web site. This helps us understand usage patterns and improve the application.
This information is not linked to any personal information. It is not shared with any third-party.
Short Reckonings can be used in anonymous mode, in which case no registration and sign-in is required. No personal information is ever collected in this mode.
The mobile version of Short Recknonings is always used in anonymous mode.
When using the regular Web version of Short Reckonings, you can choose to sign-in using your Facebook account: This allows you to access the expense sheets you create at a later time under the "My Sheets" page.
Each time you sign-in with your Facebook account, Short Reckonings accesses the following information:
Your name and profile picture are only used for display purposes. They show at the top of the application and allows you to know you have successfully signed-in with your Facebook account.
Your list of friends is only used to facilitate data entry when you enter persons to your expense sheets.
Short Reckonings does not use your personal information in any other way.
Your friends do not receive invites, notifications or wall posts. Short Reckonings does not access your email address and does not send you emails or Facebook notifications.
Personal information accessed from Facebook is not shared with any third-party.
If you have questions regarding this policy, please contact us by email at:
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