Accurately represents your app’s identity:
This application is for managing the topics of a yearbook project. It includes word processing and content organization functions. A topic is a text identified to a person and can include custom images. Users have access only to the sections of the project with which they are associated.
What will this app do with user data?
Boogie Text is for collecting texts for use in the yearbook. The app can access photos uploaded to Boogie Yearbook so that they can be linked to a topic. A topic is visible by its author, by the adult project manager(s), by the person(s) responsible for editing texts and by the students involved in producing the yearbook pages.
How does this application improve the user experience?
Boogie Text centralizes all the topics of a project in one place to simplify the collection, editing and integration of yearbook material.
Describe the content, context or connection to the application:
Boogie Text is a web-based application used in elementary schools, high schools, CEGEPs, and universities across Canada. Users are the adults responsible for their school’s yearbook or planner, as well as the students involved in carrying out the project. Each individual has a secure account with a username and personal password that provides access only to information for the project with which they are associated. The data available depends on the role assigned to the user in Boogie Project.
Limited Use Disclosure with Google OAuth2:
This application doesn’t request restricted scopes, but if it did, the Boogie Yearbook application’s use of information received from Google APIs will adhere to the Google API Services User Data Policy, including the Limited Use requirements.