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Tester Agreement

Version 1.0
Last updated on Monday, 5 April 2021

Thanks for helping us test Daybridge!

Thanks for agreeing to be one of the first people to use Daybridge. We've been working hard to get it ready. Before we set up your account, we just wanted to go through a couple of important points to make sure you're comfortable. If you're not comfortable, you don't have to continue — and you can wait until Daybridge is more mature. The points we discuss here apply in addition to our full Terms and Conditions.

What you'll need

During testing, you'll need to connect your Twitter account to sign up. You can learn more about how we'll use data from your Twitter account in our Privacy Policy.

What you should expect

This is a "pre-release" version of Daybridge. This means you're likely to run into problems. For example, you might see...


In the unlikely event that you find a security issue with Daybridge, you agree to notify us as soon as you can on the community Slack or via email at

If things go wrong

During our Alpha and Beta testing, we're providing Daybridge "as is". This means that, in the event that something goes wrong, we don't accept any liability (to the extent that the law allows). By taking part in our test, you agree that we don't have any obligations towards you, and you understand that we're not providing any guarantees or a warranty.

Reviews of Daybridge

Since we're still so early in our development, we're not ready for people to start reviewing Daybridge in public yet. By signing up as an Alpha tester, you agree not to share any reviews of Daybridge without asking us for our written permission. You are allowed to post screenshots, and you are allowed to share the fact that you're helping us. We would love for you to share positive and negative feedback on the community Slack, and on our feedback board.

Once Daybridge leaves Alpha, this restriction will be removed entirely — and you'll be free to share any reviews of Daybridge. We'll let you know when we reach this milestone.


Our Main Terms will also apply to your use of Daybridge (although this Tester Agreement will take priority during Alpha and Beta testing) and you will need to agree to our Main Terms when you create your account.

We'd like to reassure you that we've been testing Daybridge as thoroughly as we can. We only release software when we feel it's ready. And when we do, we roll it out slowly to give us extra confidence. We just wanted to be transparent about the sort of issues we might run into, to help you make an informed decision.

We are so grateful for your support, and we hope you enjoy using Daybridge as much as we've enjoyed creating it.