Conditional Action Programmer (CAP) links the actions of applications together in a stimulus/response-type behavior that you create. To enable these behaviors, you will need to allow CAP to access applications, on your behalf, that you want linked. The applications themselves should prompt you for permission to do so. If you no longer want CAP to access an application, then you must go into the application itself and revoke access.
In giving Conditional Action Programmer access to applications you also consent to it accessing all the data that application may collect, create, hold, or transmit based on the behaviors you create. In carrying out behaviors you choose to implement, CAP may move data (some of which may be personal data) between applications via the Microsoft cloud servers that support CAP. This data may be stored by Microsoft for up to a year for research and product improvement purposes.
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