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    I would also like to add a few things, the current contacts app isn't really that useful. Here are somethings I'd love to see:

    You are unable to search contacts by organization, location, notes, ect. For example, if you asked me to find you a contact that worked at Protonmail's Geneva office, I wouldn't be able to search that for you and find the people in my contacts that fit that criteria. I'd have to dig through each contact and read the info to find it. If you asked me to help put you in touch with a Javascript developer, I wouldn't be able to search that in the contacts and send you a list of people who I left "Javascript dev" as a contact note.

    When you leave notes in the contact, you can't do bullet points. I like to use this as a CRM and leave notes like "just moved to NY", "Met on 5/2021 on Clubhouse", ect. I like to use this app because most CRMs are kind of awful from a privacy standpoint. If you try to do dashes and press enter between bullet points, it ends up in one big paragraph and it's a mess.

    The contacts currently only allow for phone number and email. Yes, us privacy conscious ProtonMail customers don't like social media and all of that garbage... but the thing is we often meet people who have them, and respond faster through that, so it's helpful to have input fields for that.

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