Support third party integrations (Zoom, Calendly)
Would you be able to have Calendly and Zoom be integrated into your calendar? This will help me have Zoom links and email reminders saved in my Proton Mail business mail calendar without having to rely on my Gmail calendar and account for these features which is the whole point of moving away from Gmail and into Proton Mail and save me money from paying Gmail and Proton Mail for the same service. I would absolutely love it to have you be able to integrate Calendly and Zoom into Proton Calendar. This will help me run my business smoothly without having my data being harvested by Gmail. I look forward to your response as I submitted a request to Zoom and Calendly to approach Proton Mail to integrate their features with your calendar.
I have to say the switch over to proton mail has hit my business a bit hard in terms of lack of scheduling and lack of notifications for appointments. It really does make me want to go back to Gmail unfortunately.
I need this as well, but not for Zoom and Calendly but their European, GDPR-friendly alternatives such as Whereby and Meetergo.
Not having this feature is one of three major reasons preventing my company from subscribing to ProtonMail Business.
+1 for a cal.com integration - please figure out a way to make integrations work, we all want them.
There has to be a way to integrate an appointment service. Also, it's not clear if a calendar comes when integrating a custom domain; the write-ups only refer to email, which is why I haven't done it. Even though I've been a Proton user for a while, I might have to move on.
Arnaud Lapiere commented
Zoom can connect to :
to retrieve events and display them on Zoom controller devices.
We need Zoom Calendar service to be available as well ..
Annie D. Stratton commented
Well. I'm not a business person, just an active community member with lots of commitments. I am just setting up my Proton calendar for meetings and webinars. Yup, need this. Google has some fine features, but I'd like to get completely rid of it, because it is leaky as xxxx.
Todoist integration would be helpful.
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Ned O'Hara commented
It would be essential to have a calendly (or similar) calendar scheduling tool for proton calendar.
It's the only feature left that is keeping me on google calendar.
A lot of event creating platforms offer a Save to Calendar feature (offering some Goolge, Yahoo, etc options) - I wish I could see a Proton option in there and make get away from Google. This is one of the essential lacking in Calendar.
This is essential. Can we get an update on this feature? If I had known proton wasn't compatible with calendly or cal.com I wouldn't have chosen proton.
Fan of cal.com because it's open source. Closely following the development on this github issue: https://github.com/calcom/cal.com/issues/5756 👀
cal.com integration would be great!
Better improvements commented
App integration with travel apps will greatly enhance usage AND will be a great 'buy-in' to show to others reasons to leave non-private calendar versions as users travel....
Apps such as Trip-it, Hopper, Airbnb, Roadtrippers, etc.
Cal.com integration is a need.
Jesse Miller commented
This is critical. Seriously last thing holding me back from going full on proton for all my business stuff.
MATTHEW HINKLEMAN commented
YES PLEASE ADD THIS
Martin K commented
users should have the ability to create an event/appointment with "zoom" as the location and be able to populate a url field (like the notes area) so that if someone else has organized the meeting, the user can simply launch zoom from the calendar reminder.
So, users need to be able to accept zoom invitations. It would also be nice to be able to send invitations with a zoom link (and for invitations to a proton email account to link directly to proton calendar)
App integration is important to me as well. I currently use Time Trade as my scheduling solution. So the ability for Time Trade or Calendly to read and write to my calendar is essential. If this can be implemented I would be able to completely free myself from Google Calendar.
Hello, there is already a thread on this topic. Please vote there, https://protonmail.uservoice.com/forums/932842-proton-calendar/suggestions/41340193-allow-users-ability-to-add-appointments-to-your-pu