No, the Preciate Slack app only receives messages where @Preciate is used.
We take privacy very seriously, and so do the platforms we build on. The Slack Preciate app does not broadly listen to the conversations happening in the workspaces or channels it is installed on. The only time our app is notified about a message is when a user explicitly invokes our app using @Preciate.
When a user does type @Preciate, we receive the text that is included directly following it within the same message. Outside of messages, our app is notified when a user invokes /preciate or clicks a button such as "Say Thanks" or "Add a Sticker."
NOTE: Any conversation between two or more users that does not include the word @Preciate or /preciate, is not sent to our app.