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Personal Identifiable Information (PII) Redaction
Personal Identifiable Information (PII) Redaction
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Written by Moodi Mahmoudi
Updated over a week ago

User and customer privacy is a big topic in product discovery and user research where user empathy and user privacy are often an odds.

Not anymore!

You can redact any Personal Identifiable Information (PII).

The PII Redaction model lets product teams minimize sensitive information about individuals by automatically identifying and removing it from your transcript and the entire discovery process. PII is any information that can be used to identify a person, such as credit card information, date of birth, person name, location, medical condition, phone number, nationality, age, occupation, religion, political affiliation, and much more.

When you enable the PII Redaction model, your transcript will look like this:

  • With hash substitution: Hi, my name is ####!

  • With entity_name substitution: Hi, my name is [PERSON_NAME]!

You can also create redacted audio files to replace sensitive information with a beeping sound to handle the audio/video part of the evidence - like you hear audio "bleeped out" on TV shows and movies.

PII Redaction is available to all Free, Business, and Enterprise workspaces as part of our commitment to get the entire industry over the hurdle of privacy and bring peace of mind to all teams.

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