|New Users Welcome Survey|
|From the Growth team and Design Strategy team|
The data we collect will be used to review or improve our services
|Data Storage and Deletion|
|Raw Data Retention||90 days|
|Data Location||U.S. and others|
|Please read the full Privacy Statement|
Why we collect your information
This project will help us improve user experience. We will use the information you provide to:
- Improve our projects, tools, and services
- Find applicants, participants, or nominations
- Communicate with you further
For more information about this project, please read its related page.
How we collect your information
Responses are collected through a tool engineered by the Growth team and stored on our servers, please see the Project Page for more details.
What information we collect
If you choose to participate, we will ask you to provide the following types of information:
- Responses to questions
- such as defined and free-form responses
- Contact information
- such as name, username, email address
- Demographic information
- such as nationality, gender
Publishing: We will only publish non-identifying data (such as anonymous quotes, statistics, or other aggregate data). To facilitate this publishing, you agree to donate your copyrightable contributions to the public domain under the terms of Creative Commons Zero 1.0.
Access: Raw data will only be shared with Wikimedia staff, contractors, and service providers who need to process this information and are subject to non-disclosure obligations.
How long we keep your information
The raw data we collect will be deleted, de-identified, or aggregated within 90 days. See our data retention guidelines for more information.
Who to contact
If you have questions, please email kstollerwikimedia.org. Participants who wish to change, access, or delete information they provided should contact us with their requests.
Please note that in the event of any differences in meaning or interpretation between the original English version of this Privacy Statement and a translation, the original English version takes precedence.