Follow Up Emails - basic GDPR compliance tools
Follow Up Emails stores lots of personal data in the database, and provides no tools to:
1) Automatically delete it after a time (it currently collects for ever)
2) Include it in the WordPress Privacy export (it's left out, meaning that report is not a true record)
3) Anonymise it, or remove it using the WordPress personal data deletion tool (it just remains there).
Thus, using this plugin currently, it's not possible to be GDPR compliant without a lot of extra manual coding and database work.
I chatted about this in the WooCommerce support channel with an operative who seemed only to want to give me links to information about GDPR in general and tell me I was responsible to comply with GDPR, and had no interest in this issue (agreed that the issue existed, but had no interest in reporting it to the developer and suggested I come here instead).