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.
Notes, contacts, and a few binary files storage such as photos & sound-files.
(sharing the quota with e-mail is acceptable)
Managed by tags and list with simple search function.
Calendar is top request.
Document cloud would be great.
Notes would be nice but not essential.
Stephen Coyle commented
Want to be away from google etc... calendar and reminders are a must
CALENDAR is the most important missing feature.
BTW, the Protonmail VPN May be Free, but you better have a good wireless plan, because when not near WiFi, it uses your Plan. Found that out, when it sucked by data away.
I like many others in this thread, wish to leave Google, totally. Will not move until Protonmail adds this feature.
Bryan Glenn commented
I don't want to be tied to Gmail or Outlook any more.
Definitely a priority for me too.
As mentioned by many others, this is the feature that enables me to finally insulate myself from the usual service providers...
Olaf K. commented
To leave GMail I need a good calendar alternative to Google Calendar ASAP,
I hope ProtonMail will offer a professional and user friendly calendar really soon and sees this as a huge opportunity to attract many new users!
Calendar is a must. Migrated email over from gmail, but without the calendar functionality it's a little unusable unfortunately.
Key feature (calendar and contact, smartphone compliant), along with send as for professional users (send from within Protonmail using a professional address such as firstname.lastname@example.org).
We cannot stress how important this is to us. As a Protonmail and ProtonVPN paid customer, calendar support is of critical interest to us at the enterprise level. All the other options out there, are inadequate from a security perspective. Calendar support simply cannot come soon enough. Let us know when alpha testers are needed.
Email - done
Contacts - done
VPN - done
Calendar - Hopefully soon, with compaibility to emclient/outlook and other 3rd party apps.
Basic Notes // we have standard notes, great service. I would like to see some form of collaboration between these two projects where possible.
Cloud drive // closest we have is tresorit and cryptomator for use with mainstream. Perhaps proton could charge progressively.
E.g. 100GB for $5 / 500GB for $10 / 2TB for $18.
All of that in mind, some kind of package deal for the whole shabang with 2TB cloud for about $30 monthly seems a fair deal to me. Branding wise "PROTON-SUITE".
Instead of saving the Full Contact feature for Premium Users, You can allow Free Users to enjoy Full Contact Feature for limited number of Contacts, say, 100 or less or more.
I am also eagerly awaiting a Proton Calendar and perhaps notes too. When you do add calendar to the android app please include a month and decent week view. In the meantime I am using Fruux calendar service which has an android app which allows display sync with the google calendar app and also integrates with em client on windows. Ideally I would rather have a fully fledged Proton client for windows that incorporated the bridge functionality with an emclient front end.
I am feeling the same frustration as a paid user not having a calendar in the native Android App and not being able to use a third party App like Outlook on Android to use the calendar feature so I can stop using Google services. It kills the purpose of paying for the service as I need calendar reminders to go to my mobile device, not a desktop.
Is there an expected release date for the native calendar or for integration with Outlook on Android?
As most other people here, a calander would be very much appreciated. Will become a paid member the moment it is released. Slowly moving all mail and contact to protonmail. Kids are already over ;)
definitely need a 'proton secure' full featured calendar! Like others, I run my business and my personal life on a google calendar with a few external features installed such as mail scheduling, and email reminders. As does my wife, and other family members. All of which would be necessary.
I'm pleading with you Proton-help us all escape Google!
I just finished reading Andy's blog about Yahoo mail. I'm in the same boat as others here in that I rely on the combination of email and a good multi function calendar. I'll move all of my email and online work over to Proton as soon as that calendar is available.
Would the Proton folks be able to give an estimate of a release date for a calendar?
yes please! just wanted to buy a pro account, but without contacts and calendar funtction I cannot replace my old setup... :(