Privacy statement

Privacy statement of 123 Folder scan

123 Folder scan use and transfer to any other app of information received from Google APIs will adhere to Google API Services User Data Policy, including the Limited Use requirements.

Or in more simple and specific words:

  • See and download all your Google Drive files

The folder scan will scan which sub folders and files are in the requested folder. No other files/or folders are scanned. No files are downloaded either. To emphasize the API doesn’t provide access to the content of the file it self. Only to the file attributes.

  • View and manage spreadsheets that this application has been installed in

The add-on needs access to the current (open) spreadsheet. No access to any other Spreadsheet on your Google Drive is allowed or needed. The access to the current open spreadsheet is needed to write the output of the scan to the Spreadsheet.

  • Allow this application to run when you are not present

You can schedule the script to run e.g. every week to get an updated list of files

  • Display and run third-party web content in prompts and sidebars inside Google applications

The add-on runs in a sidebar and uses a prompt to display info.

oAuth consent screen

Each Google add-on also gets the and userinfo.profile scope. Your email address is captured to determine if you are a (free) user or a Google Workspace user. This information is used to determine the available Google features (e.g. script run time). Your email address might also be used to inform you about the product features / updates.

No other information is used. Your data remains your data. Your data is not read by humans and not used for any other purpose then to serve you the add-on functionality with the best experience possible.

See also our company privacy statement.

See our security page about the different layers of security in relation to safely use Google add-ons.