When you sign up for PlanitEasy you need to enter a first name and last name and a valid email address. We'll use this email address to send you system information and other alerts (you can configure the options). You also use this email address to sign in. If you want other members of your organization or family to use PlanitEasy, you need to share their first and last name (or nickname and last name) and email address with us too. In addition to users of your account, you can add profiles to your account like clients, friends, and suppliers. Some of these profiles are NOT users of PlanitEasy. You can add any profile you want and NOT put an email address for that profile and you can still keep track of information about that profile and they will never have to use PlanitEasy.
A PlanitEasy user can share content with other users, including clients, and suppliers. We designed PlanitEasy partially for this specific purpose, secure sharing and messaging. We also allow users to connect with other users. If you share content with other users, you can easily block or remove them from specific content or later remove connections altogether.
The only personal information we always encourage you to share with other users as you build your Planit is your full name, and a recent avatar (not mandatory, but very helpful). Your full name and avatar give other users a quick way to know who is asking to connect with them.
PlanitEasy will have the ability to integrate with other Internet services, but you'll be in complete control of who sees that information too (for example personal information, or travel details from a booking). The content you create might be very fun and social, like photos from a trip or the list of places to visit. Each master account, company account and each user can decide with whom to share content. Master admins can always modify content that they can see, including roles, capabilities and permissions. This is easy to do and it's very clear how to do it in the About profile section and of each post or chat. If you disagree, let us know and we'll put it as Priority 1 to fix.
If you've added an internal user you no longer want to be part of your PlanitEasy account, you can remove that person. If you want to remove a connection to another user (in your Planit) you can easily do that too. If you want to disconnect from PlanitEasy and delete all your content that's also easy.
PlanitEasy is an application for the whole family and we want to keep children as safe as possible. Therefore, we adhere to the restrictions of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act ("COPPA"). We do not knowingly collect, use or disclose personal information from children under 13 without verifiable parental consent. In PlanitEasy a parent should have a role as a Leader. If we learn that we have collected personal information of a child under 13 without first receiving verifiable parental consent, we will take steps to delete the information as soon as possible. (For more information on complying with COPPA, see the Federal Trade Commission's website at
To protect the privacy and safety of children, a Family Leader must be at least 13 years old. Users under 13 can use PlanitEasy, but only with the consent of a parent or guardian.
By accepting our Terms Of Service, you are agreeing to the following:
This is a digital product (obviously). If you want to reset your (strong) password we'll send you an email for security purposes. If you're invited to connect to another Planit or Trip we'll send you an email. If you don't want to receive the other useful email or text alerts you can turn them off. If you don't want to receive our product announcements (which may be awesome, who knows) or interesting facts about the company, you can turn those alerts off too. Like you, we use a lot of Internet products and we're sensitive to how busy everyone is and how much people hate spam.
We don't sell (or rent) your personally identifiable information to advertisers.
We don't read your content. We don't sell names and email addresses either.
This data is stored separately and not assigned to any identifiable person when being used for Analytics. PlanitEasy also uses Google Analytics and Mixpanel to help with collecting and analyzing this data.
For protecting you in the event of a security breach, some data is securely logged and associated with the logged in user so we can accurately report back to you exactly what happened.
You can only use PlanitEasy by registering for a User Account (or have a Master Admin of a company account register a User Account for you). To do this, you must enter your full name, email address and select a password. We require these data points in order to guarantee that you are able to make full use of our entire offer. We need these and possibly other data not least in order to respond to your questions. You can also provide other personal information to fill out your profile as well as to store personal and family data. You can use explicit permissions to control the sharing of your information. All data entered will be integrated into a database or reside on secure file servers. The purpose of this database is to allow you to use PlanitEasy with various devices or via an Internet browser and call up your data anywhere and at any time. Data is transmitted to the respective device using SSL encryption so that your data is transmitted securely.
In some cases we may also request additional information from you for security reasons to provide specific services such as financial integration and fitness integration. We collect personally identifiable and transactional information when you: (1) purchase products or services via the Service, (2) request to receive additional information regarding products or services, or (3) send us a question. If you choose not to give information we request, you can still use most of the Service, but you may be unable to access certain options, offers, and services.
Besides the minimal required account setup data, any additional data stored in PlanitEasy is entirely voluntary.
PlanitEasy is committed to protecting your content and making secure as reasonably possible. The PlanitEasy Service is hosted in the Amazon Web Services ("AWS") Cloud Infrastructure. We are using many enhanced security features - such as the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud "VPC" (for a secure networking), AWS Key Management Service "KMS" (Secure Key Management) and Amazon Simple Storage Service "S3" (for secure file storage). We use industry standard encryption to protect content in transit. (Our mobile app uses securely signed HTTPS requests according to the IETF HTTP Signatures specification)
We have retained an independent third party to conduct audits on a regular basis. They perform penetration tests, make recommendations, and update us on the latest news on security and privacy.
If PlanitEasy learns of a security system breach, we may attempt to notify you and provide information on steps to take through the email address for your user account. We recommend that you take all appropriate steps to secure all devices that you use with PlanitEasy.
Web beacons (sometimes called a web bug or clear gif) are typically very small graphic images (generally 1-by-1 pixel) that are invisible to the user, however any electronic image viewed as part of a web page or e-mail message, including an advertisement or HTML content, can act as a web beacon. Web beacons are designed to allow us (or a third party) to collect certain statistical information and monitor user activity on our Service. Collected information can include the IP address of the computer that the web beacon is sent to, the URL of the page the web user comes from, and the time the web beacon is activated (such as when you view the web page or e-mail that contains the web beacon). We may use web beacons for site administration purposes in connection with messages, content or e-mail messages you receive via the Service.
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