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    Eriko commented  · 

    I vote "Not at all" for this request. LibreOffice + Drive client works great. I would rather see all Proton Drive users migrate to LibreOffice first, because LO needs more traction to compete with MS and Google.

    Ideally there would be a cooperation between Proton and the Document Foundation, perhaps the latter could develop online editors with Proton Drive storage?

  2. 3,492 votes
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  3. 927 votes
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  4. 467 votes
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    Eriko commented  · 

    Also mimicing the Google Calendar: Tasks are shown in Agenda view, chronologically. The lack of a smooth agenda view is what keeps me from switching from Google Calendar.

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  6. 89 votes
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    Eriko commented  · 

    Proton products increase my quality of life: Pass, VPN, Mail, Drive. The only thing keeping me from switching from WIndows to Linux is the lack of Drive client. LibreOffice + Drive is a great combo for replacing MS Office/ OneDrive.

    EDIT: with a well-functioning Proton Drive client, Proton users in general can be encouraged to migrate to popular Linux distros, away from the the spyware-in-disguise that is Windows 11.

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    Eriko commented  · 

    I understand the wish from a user standpoint, but not from a tech perspective. Browser development is perhaps one of the hardest task a large (!) software dev team can endure.

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    Eriko commented  · 

    In Google Calendar (app and web), you press the "plus" sign to make a new calendar event. Then you choose between new Activity, Reminder or Task.

    A Task presents a notification upon the chosen time, and you mark it as "Done" to archive it. An active task is shown as an event in the calendar, and appears greyed out after marked as done.

    My suggestion is to carbon copy this feature into the Proton Calendar.

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    Eriko commented  · 

    In Google Calendar (app and web), you press the "plus" sign to make a new calendar event. Then you choose between new Activity, Reminder or Task.

    A Reminder presents a notification upon the chosen time, and you mark it as "Done" to archive it. An active reminder is shown as an event in the calendar, and appears greyed out after marked as done.

    My suggestion is to carbon copy this feature into the Proton Calendar. Why? Because the reminders feature in Google Calendar works great, they appears as "event instants" and is easier/ more lightweight to enter than an activity.

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    Sharing a calendar is available on Web. 

    On next iterations we would like to enable the editing permission on mobile apps and add in the future to only share the "busy" information

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