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.
Please make Carddav and Caldav links!
Do you know when will be available the calendar?
Looking forward to the calendar. Currently using a kiosk type display that uses an embedded Google calendar but would love to move to a private system and still have the embedded capability.
An application layout and features like OneNote which is in stored in an open format (like choosing an already widely used format rather than making a new one is feasible) and exportable. The Application can be off-line (locally encrypted) and online, and synced to ProtonMail as the user updates the local copy on his Computer/Phone. This will add good value to having a ProtonMail account, I believe; along with a Password Manager application (again encrypted, exportable and in open format) similar to 1Password.
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Ricardo Rojas commented
Enable contacts ordered by last name as just about every mail server offers. Merging contacts does not allow editing, thus contacts are full of duplicated info...
Nate - The Company CEO commented
Along with Calendar and Notes - A Task Manager or To-Do list would be amazing as well. I have used many of them, and they all end up missing the mark - GMail's worked well and Microsoft did as well, but they were integrated with the mail system I was using at the time. I'd fold this into Calendars and Notes project because then if you get a "Drive" component as well - You'd have a full Suite!
Synchronised Notes like Google Keep would be wonderful !
a simple calendar would be nice......thanks
When I want to import contacts on Android mobile, I only see contacts which have an email address.
It wold be great and make much more sense, if I could import *all* contacts!
I do have a PLUS subscription so can edit phone numbers, etc.
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I'm waiting from verymuch time, now i'm using tutanota calendar encrypt...
Mr. Mister commented
Trying to rip myself from the clutches of the mighty data harvester that is Google. Waiting for the encrypted calendar. Any updates on that would be appreciated.
There needs to be a 2 way sync of contacts, and on Android a way to save those contacts directly to protonmail that way I don't have to keep my contacts on Google (or my device) to then sync them manually.
I'd love to see the calendar; I have a feebie right now to keep off Google (I have an Android phone) but use Outlook for my work. I am hoping for an integrated calendar with ProtonMail so I can just use that when on the go.
Chad Di Stefano commented
When you release calendar, please please make it functional for people using apple devices and Outlook. I currently maintain two calendars because invites I send from outlook don't work with people who use apple and vice versa. It's horribly annoying. I would include Android in this as well, but I have no idea how that works or if it makes sense. Thank you!
Jonathan Bush commented
Is there a target date for calendar please?
Without 2 way sync - it is useless.
Nobody will use 2 different contact lists or manually sync each time.
Yes please! A calendar/tasks/reminder feature is greatly needed.
Tayseer shomar commented
How can remove prtonmail from my device?