This article describes what Atlas Recall treats as metadata.
Atlas Recall collects metadata about your usage of Recall, and about the device on which Recall is running. Metadata about Recall includes information on how many items you capture, how often you perform a search, where you search from, how often you open or share a search result, and similar usage statistics. Atlas Recall also collects data about how you use your computer in general, including which programs you run and when you use them. Recall’s block list feature does not impact metadata collection, although Recall will not collect data about how you use your computer while it is paused.
Atlas uses anonymous aggregates of this information to provide better context around your data and the way that it is used within the confines of your digital universe. By identifying the applications, system processes, and devices that our users use, we are able to prioritize new features and deeper application support to improve your experience when using Atlas Recall. For example, this information helps us provide better search results and personalized recommendations. We only view statistical groupings of this information, without any identifying data, allowing us to make use of it without compromising our promise to respect your privacy.
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