How do I answer "Do you allow users to link to an existing account?"
We are about to submit our app for certification. I am trying to figure out how to answer some of the questions on the Publishing Information page. In particular: "Do you allow users to create an account or link to an existing account with you?" I believe we should answer "No" but I want to make sure. The question, if we say "Yes", has this mandatory follow-up question: Client Id * Unique public string used to identify the client requesting for authentication. I'm guessing this is for asking permission from services like Twitter and Facebook and that kind of thing? In our app, the user gives us their username and password for Salesforce, and we then pull data out of their Salesforce account, so we can answer questions about their sales pipeline. We make the assumption that this app will be used by high level sales executives to get a sense of what their sales pipeline looks like. But this is nothing like asking Twitter for some kind of permission. Rather, because this is Enterprise software, the admin at the company who oversees the Salesforce account would have already needed to grant permission to our Connected App ("Connected App" is a Salesforce term). So I am correct in saying "No"? I'm also curious how I should answer "Does this Alexa skill collect users’ personal information?" The admin at the company who oversees the Salesforce account would will have to type some credentials into our app, for that company. Is that the same as collecting personal information? Thank you for any feedback.
>"Do you allow users to create an account or link to an existing account with you?" This has specifically to do with the account linking. Sounds like you aren't using accounting linking. But since you do link in some other way (do you seriously ask them to dictate their username and password?) I would past into the Notes section a description of what you actually do. You are going to need to add in information in there on how to access a test account so they can test it anyway. >I'm also curious how I should answer "Does this Alexa skill collect users’ personal information?" This has to do with Personally Identifiable Information (aka PII) which is a big legal consideration. If you do not store on any data service you maintain information that could be used to identify a person (such as name, address, phone number, SSN) then I believe you can answer no to this.