Issue Checklist does not read, transfer, or store any Personal Information outside Jira (that includes user names and email addresses) by default. Only cryptic user account ID is stored when you use the mention feature or when checklist history is tracked. The account ID is next changed to the real user name in your browser, so:
HeroCoders does not access/see real user names.
Jira decides if you can see the real user name (according to the permissions granted to you in Jira project permissions settings)
However, if the “Send email on mention” option is enabled in Issue Checklist settings, we read (but do not store) your email every time someone mentions you in the checklist item.
Issue Checklist and HeroCoders do not have access to any sensitive information like credit cards, passwords, etc.
Atlassian is responsible for payments, charges, authorization, resolving permissions, etc.
Issue Checklist does not store any other kind of data on our servers but only what you enter into the Issue Checklist input fields. Specifically, we do not store or transfer any sensitive or PII information. We also do not read or transfer any data from your issues or Jira like summary, description, etc.
Data entered into the Issue Checklist UI as items or templates can be easily and instantly removed by using the UI "delete" links and buttons.
HeroCoders authorized staff has access to the email and name of the Issue Checklist Pro license owner (through Atlassian Marketplace). Every paid app gets it. It is usually a person who owns the Jira instance.