When I install an new app from the marketplace ( in this case https://miro.com/marketplace/undraw/ ) it once says something like “this app will have permission to read and write all your boards”.
- is it normal for an app that “only” inserts clip art to a board to get these permissions?
Shouldn’t it be the other way round: the app only provides the image and trusted Miro adds it to the board?
- How can I see / compare permissions of the apps I installed / on the marketplace?
ie. how does https://miro.com/marketplace/unsplash/ with similar functionality behave?
- where can I find the EULA / privacy for apps on the miro marketplace?
cf. Atlassian Marketplace
Best answer by Sultan
Hi Matthias, I can see how this can be unclear, so thank you for your questions!
The Undraw app indeed currently requires permission to read and write to boards in order to add content (stickers) to your boards.
Miro Platform team has in plans to make the permissions more granular, which will be probably something similar to your suggestions.