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    Jake H commented  · 

    It's great that we can use Bridge to access email in third-party clients, but since meeting invites get sent by email and you need to be able to open them in an application when you get them, it really doesn't make sense that we can't use Bridge or something like it for calendar too. Of course I get that the underlying technology is different (WebDAV is not IMAP/SMTP) but from a user perspective it makes no sense for email to work and not calendar.

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    Jake H commented  · 

    Agreed. Various event booking sites like Eventbrite send you a confirmation email with an "add to calendar" link, with the option of ICS format which Proton supports - but it still takes a whole series of steps: download the file, open Proton calendar, settings - import/export - import from ICS - select the file - done. If I was using the default Apple calendar I'd be done in one click.

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    Jake H commented  · 

    This would be very helpful indeed. Calendly integrates with MS and Google calendars, would be great to integrate with Proton too. As I understand it, it can't read details of appointments or invitees, it only shows available blocks and allows people to book them. Or if there is a sound reason not to integrate, Proton Calendar should have the option for us to do this natively (obviously an option as not everyone will want to share their availability info).

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