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    Ken M. Haggerty commented  · 

    It's really incredible how bad almost every contacts / address book app is. I know the stock Apple contacts app is pretty tightly coupled to iOS, so I'm sure it's a challenge to build something better that still works as expected within how iOS does things.

    There are just so many seemingly basic things that it seems like no other contacts app does properly, e.g.:
    - Keeping track of old information for a contact (e.g., past addresses, past phone numbers, defunct email addresses, etc.)
    - Allowing for multiple current jobs
    - Multiple profile pictures
    - Sharing phone numbers or emails between multiple contacts (e.g., landlines, office lines, commercial email addresses)
    - Keeping track of key dates for individual contacts (e.g., upcoming events, travel)
    - Dedicated contact types for chat bots, 2FA texts, businesses, receipts, etc.
    - Public shared non-editable contacts + info for known entities & senders (e.g., businesses, companies, apps/services), just like caller ID or Yelp
    - Tighter integration with social media and third-party accounts
    - Recent communications with a person (e.g., emails, texts)

    I could go on and on.

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    Ken M. Haggerty commented  · 

    One follow-up: I would love this on the mobile app too! (I don't see it as an option in Proton Mail for iOS?)

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    Ken M. Haggerty commented  · 

    Thank you for implementing Self-Destruct!

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    Ken M. Haggerty commented  · 

    Yes please! One key purpose of labels is to make scanning your inbox more glanceable. Right now only the first label is visible, with the rest merely represented by a "+n" label that shows their names in a tooltip on hover. If horizontal space allows, I would like as many labels visible as possible, with the rest at least hinted at by their color.

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    Ken M. Haggerty commented  · 

    For me I would love the ability to pin emails from any view (separate from Starred emails) and those emails would always appear at the top (in reverse chronological order).

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    Ken M. Haggerty commented  · 

    Looks like there are really two requests going on here:

    - Implement Dynamic Type for readability (so that users can adjust text size app-wide).

    - Custom fonts in email.

    Personally all I need is a monospaced font (for code snippets) and am happy that ProtonMail is fairly stripped down, although I understand that I am probably in the minority here. As a technical user, I would prefer support for Markdown but done in a user-friendly way (e.g., a dropdown) rather than pure Markdown. Also, I agree that a way to set text color would be much welcome!

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