What is Sign in with Apple?
Our choice of using an Apple login is based in privacy and security considerations. You can quickly login using your Apple ID, though creating an Apple account does not require you to own an Apple device. This credential is only used to log into Clay- think of it like an email and password, but more secure.
If you’re on an Apple device (iOS), Sign In with Apple is seamless because it signs you in with the Apple ID which is already on your phone. Right after this step, you can you will be logged into your Clay account and can connect as many integrated accounts as you want (including email, calendar and Twitter accounts).
How do I see a full list of people in Clay?
In the Search bar, type
all to display a complete list of contacts.
How many calendar, email, and Twitter accounts can I add?
You can add as many accounts as you want!
What happens when I delete a connected account?
Deletes the relationship data (integration-specific data ie calendar events, emails, Twitter followers etc) but it does not delete the actions taken (contacts or notes created) while it was connected
Do I have to connect multiple (calendar / email / Twitter) accounts?
Connect as many as you’d like! Clay is most useful with at least one calendar account, but you can connect as many or few of each as you’d like.
Can I compose emails in my favorite email app?
Open Emails In >
How can I change my preferred email app on web / desktop?
Clay uses whatever default email app is configured for your computer. You can change that default by following these guides for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
How do I export my data?
Account export includes data that Clay imported via your connected accounts. Due to licensing and copyright restrictions, we do not include additional information pulled from third-party apps and data sources in your CSV export.
What do you do with my data?
Clay does not own your data, nor do we sell it to others or use it for advertising. It’s your data, period. This policy applies to all information collected or submitted on Clay’s website and our apps for iPhone and any other devices and platforms.
For more on privacy and security, see: https://library.clay.earth/security-and-privacy
Why does Clay require these email permissions?
Connected email accounts are only used to create contacts.
Clay asks for the most restricted access that Google allows, which is “email headers only”. This means Clay can only read the recipients and subject line of the message — not the body of the message
Why does Clay require these calendar permissions?
Connected calendars are only used to create contacts, show your meeting history with someone, and remind you to take notes after meetings.
Clay asks for the most restricted access that Google allows, which is read-only. Clay cannot create new events, change any existing events, delete your calendar, or access any other data within your Google account, including Gmail.
Why does Clay require these Twitter permissions?
Connected Twitter accounts are only used to create contacts and remind you how you know someone.
Clay asks for the most restricted access that Twitter allows, which is read-only and non-DM. This means Clay cannot write tweets, retweet or like anything, or read/create direct messages