Nozbe Privacy Policy


I signed up for Nozbe today to help me get stuff done — and to keep things from falling through the cracks. I liked their privacy policy, so I thought I would share it with you. (If you notice a surge in my blogging frequency, you’ll know Nozbe works.)

Privacy Policy

Your privacy is of most importance to us.

When you sign up for Nozbe, your data is being stored in our database and you are automatically subscribed to a Nozbe Users’ Newsletter.

Your data won’t be shared or sold to anyone, for any reason. You have the right to remove your account and delete your data if you wish. It’s all up to you.

You can un-subscribe from the Newsletter at any time by clicking on the link at the bottom of every Email message you would receive.

When processing payments we don’t store your credit card details on our servers. We only send them to our bank for validation.

We are dedicated to your data security

Read more on our secure server infrastructure and triple-backups.

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2 comments… add one
  • Bradley B. Clark Jul 10, 2014 Link Reply


    What do you like and not like about Nozbe? How is 2.0? I’m considering adding it to my cloud-based practice management solutions.


    • Brian Rogers Sep 12, 2014 Link Reply

      Bradley: I like that Nozbe is intuitive, simple, and clean. Also, there’s an iPhone app so I can set tasks while I’m in meetings and am assigned action items. I’m sold on it for my current purposes, but I haven’t used it to assign tasks to team members. So far there are no cons.

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