SIMPLE NOTEPAD INTEGRATED IN ProtonDrive
ProtonDrive is a BRILLIANT idea! The Privacy Industry Leader, Proton Technologies have given us the next logical step in protecting our Privacy and ability in sharing super encrypted Files & Folders!
Using "Open Source" like DropBox, Google Drive and others, in this case so called, because they really are Open Sources to nefarious organizations which exploit our privacy and use our lives as a resource to be exploited — the Privacy Company I have come to love and respect have given us a marvellous tool in Proton Drive.
It is great to be able to exchange documents with other Proton Users with the peace of mind that it won't be exploited. And like we have become used to by this Swiss Quality Company: It works like a finely tuned Swiss Watch, at least as far as I have come in using my accounts.
Nevertheless, when we have this brilliant tool, why not append a Notepad to it. Nothing fancy, but a place where one can jot down text, pictures, links and other RTF formatted info?
I use Mac myself, and I know from several sources that when you open a Notes, TextEdit or similar file, at least for the time the file is open and until it has been given a filename, possibly longer, the info in that file is transferred to iCloud. Custody of that file content in transit and what happens to the content is uncertain, but chances are that they abuse this information like (almost) everybody else.
So, while we, the ProtonMail / ProtonVPN / ProtonCalendar / ProtonDrive customers enjoy the peace of mind that Privacy gives us within Proton Technologies simple, yet brilliant online encryption solution, it would be nice to have a Notepad-like function, so we can create files with Proton Encrypted information while we are inside ProtonDrive's UI.
I am looking forward with GREAT anticipation to see such a feature added!
With Thanks & Greetings from Arctic Norway!
Joshua Hardwick commented
I like an integrated notepad for nothing more than to describe the purpose of the folder or the documents it contains. Very helpful when sharing a large collection of documents that isn't easily described by document title alone.
yeah, why not, maybe for paying customers only...