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note.garden is a labor of love created and maintained by a sole developer. It gives me joy that you would use a thing I built, and I will labor mightily to be worthy of the trust you place in me by doing so.
note.garden requires an email address
This is so we can reset your password in the event you forget it. Your email address is never sold, shared, or connected to any of your data outside of note.garden.
- By default, cookies last until you close your browser, but when logging in you can choose to be remembered for longer than that.
- note.garden does not track you in any way while you browse other websites
Any notes you write are stored on note.garden’s servers
- The app’s creator (me, Steve), as the sole developer and administrator, is the only human who can theoretically access your private notes by logging into the database, but I will never do so. To make even that impossible would require end-to-end encryption, which would interfere with if not prohibit features like search and sharing.
- note.garden is accessible only over an encrypted HTTPS connection so that others on your local network cannot snoop on your activity.
Your notes are yours to take with you
You can export them from the Account Settings page.
You can delete all of your data from note.garden
Also from the Account Settings page. Database backups are kept for 7 days as a precaution, but after that all of your data will gone forever.