Contacts, Calendars, and Notes
To sync with your cell phone and email - iphone calendar, contacts, and notes.
ProtonMail offers encrypted contacts for both web and mobile applications (https://protonmail.com/blog/encrypted-contacts-manager/). Calendar and note functionality will be released in the future.
is a date scheduled for this highly anticipated feature ?
SO GLAD Protonmail is working on a calendar. My questions are: 1) In a scenario where a paying Protonmail Subscriber visits a website, then sign ups to attend an event, what steps will they go through to enter the event in their calendar? 2) What sorts of calendar alerts will they receive? 3) How will Proton Calendar's "user experience" differ from the experience you have when you use Google Calendar or Outlook's Calendar? How will a Proton Calendar user's privacy be improved?
Mit Speck fäng man Mäuse commented
If calendar ist coming I'll move away from Google Suite with my domain. Proton Drive on top would be perfect :-)
Any ideas if this will be a reality soon?
I really want to be able to sync contacts, drives me nuts to have to manually update them.
I use busyCal on my computer and Fruux to sync calendar to my phone and computer, along with all my contacts. Works really well and Fruux have a built in calendar, contacts editor
Now I am just missing being able to sync my contacts to Protonmail
Ori Cohen commented
Please consider moving your votes to the main "calendar" feature thread:
We'd like a calendar module, similar to Outlook.
Filip M. Nowak commented
what I would appreciate is more transparency in your roadmap and progress on the features you are working on already!
I was going to migrate from GMail to Protonmail, but found out that there is no calendar! Reading those comments I can see that there is a calendar coming in 2019, so I'll wait.
I just bought a 2 year plan but didn't realize there's no calendar.. I can't use this now, calendar is 50% of what I use Gmail for :( back to Gmail I guess.. 50$ down the drain..
We want to be able to sync our contacts to our phones and email clients.
Same will be with the Calendar and Notes features when they are released.
The contacts feature is nice but I don't use it since it doesn't sync to my phone or my pc.
"ProtonMail offers encrypted contacts for both web and mobile applications" .....-_-
This is not what their asking for. We need a way to sync our phone contacts not just email contacts. I.E if you go to the phone or contacts app. you would see your proton mail contacts that have phone numbers attached to them.
I want to beta test Proton Calendar. Sign me up!
I use your service and have suggested it to over 20 people in the last year, I have recently become aware that I am not allowed sign up to without giving my telephone, not email, now I can not and refuse to sign up with a phone. If you refuses to provide me this method I will not use your service again and will advise people against it.
> Any vague-ish timeline for calendars?
From protonmail's twitter account, as @ reply an hour ago:
"Not sooner than 2019. We don't have a fixed ETA at the moment. It's a complex project, but it's under development."
The only thing holding me back from completely dropping google and going visionary with protonmail:
-Contact sync to device
Nice to haves:
-Notes / Document sharing
-Yubikey integration (Not OTP)
I switched to ProtonMail but didn't realize how problematic it is not to have a calendar. It seems this has been promised but undelivered for years so I might have to move to Office 365 or back to Google G Suite, which is not ideal.
Any vague-ish timeline for calendars?
i will switch to proton mail when a good and secure calendar will be available ..must look good to :P
Hello, do you have any idea of when an agenda would be provided by Proton ?
Ideally calendar would sync to Google Calendar. I think the only secure way to do this would be allowing Proton Calendar to post a shareable URL to Google Calendar. Obviously any items shared would not be secure but it would be convenient. Allowing the reverse would also be nice to any items posted in Google Calendar show up in Google Calendar. Obviously the dream is to do away with Gmail completely but I think there would need to be an between step.
When you release Calendar I will go Visionary. Calender with iCal subscriptions is the only thing holding me back.