Aug 31, 2023 1:45 PM
Epoch creates calendar events and sends invitations to its users. Epoch (via the admin-level users) have full control of these events and can edit them at any time but it has no knowledge or control of any other events in a user’s calendar.
Below is optional if the employee user wants to subscribe to a separate Epoch calendar.
Epoch requires two permission scopes:
The calendar.app.created scope gives Epoch the ability to create and manage the user’s Epoch calendar. The calendar.calendarlist scope gives Epoch the ability to see the list of subscribed calendars. Epoch uses this to detect if the Epoch calendar has been deleted or unsubscribed so that the integration can be removed on the Epoch backend.
The data is processed through the Google Calendar API (HTTPS).
Data elements are stored in a Postgres database on Heroku.
Epoch keeps all data until a customer requests to remove it from the database or they are no longer Epoch's customers. Removal of data is either completely deleted from our database or anonymized.
Admin level users at the customer's company control which employees have access to Epoch. Employees (users) can also turn on and off the Google or Outlook Calendar integration if they wish.
There is no restriction on the number of users and admins.
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