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    Blue commented  · 

    Which engineer want's an easy ticket with a bunch of cheering customers upon completion... it's an easy win and the professionals that are trying to use protonmail will appreciate it. Here is the user story.

    "User does inbox zero. User opens Protonmail. First email in list is opened. User uses G+T to trash the email. Next email is automatically selected/opened."

    The value prop being that the user never left the keyboard. Currently, after pressing G+T you have to use your mouse to select the next email - making the keyboard shortcuts nearly useless considering you are jumping back and forth from mouse to keyboard.

    Once again... this is a super easy win. I have a visionary account because I've actually replaced Google with Proton. I think it's safe to assume other professionals (who are likely high paying members) are the ones upvoting this request. Casual/free users likely won't care for things like inbox zero.

    Thanks for all the hard work you do! I love watching the progress over the years :)

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    Blue commented  · 

    This would be cool, but my vote is for the engineering cycles to focus on feature parity and cohesion parity with Google Suite tools. I think a profile feature is inevitable, but maybe we should stay focused on making the tools usable for professionals first? For example, not a single person in my company of 1000's could use Proton Calendar for this single reason alone:

    https://protonmail.uservoice.com/forums/284483-protonmail/suggestions/43787979-automatically-import-ics-events-attached-to-proto

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    Blue commented  · 

    This is another cool idea, but to beat google you have to unfortunately think like google. They take each thing in stride, and build completed features with cohesive user experiences. Proton has protonmail going for it, but everything being built right now feels like it is a in a silo. To replace Google Suite, Protonmail, Calendar, Drive, etc, will all need to be pristine user experiences, and that's just not the case. For example, not a single person in my company of 1000's could use ProtonCalendar for this reason alone:

    https://protonmail.uservoice.com/forums/284483-protonmail/suggestions/43787979-automatically-import-ics-events-attached-to-proto

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    Blue commented  · 

    It's cool, but I would personally prefer that their engineering cycles focus on improving their current feature offerings. For example, Proton Calendar falls very short of any professional minimum requirements.

    https://protonmail.uservoice.com/forums/284483-protonmail/suggestions/43787979-automatically-import-ics-events-attached-to-proto

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    Blue commented  · 

    This troll down here has obviously never worked a customer facing job. Protonmail is not my 'anti-spam' email, it is my high hopes for replacing google suite. That is their goal too. If you want super private email with little risk of spam and exposure, go somewhere else or host your own. That isn't the ambition of Proton's suite. To replace google, we need feature parity. Most folks using Google mail and calendar actually 'work from' their calendar more than their email. For example, most of my emails I do not check but rather skim over the subject and snippet of body, that is all I need. I can triage that way. Then, if a meeting request comes in I cannot afford to go through each and every email to catch it... the meeting will happen before I even check the email with the invite. The Calendar is like a personal assistant where I can triage all ics/meeting requests. If spam is the problem, then proton is not doing their job and will never replace google suite.

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    Blue commented  · 

    This isn't foolish at all. This is the standard for an external facing email provider that you expect to use in any professional capacity. Gmail, outlook, yahoo, and so on all do this. The accountability for ics spam getting through falls on the email provider, not me. Either figure it out, or stop trying to replace Google suite. In other words, this is a must. I purchased visionary just to access the calendar whenever it was coming out in beta. This issue is the primary reason I could not make the switch. In short, I live through my calendar and glance-read many of my emails. I cannot afford to go through each individual email, accept, deny, etc. My calendar is my personal assistant, and I need all invites to propagate there. This is the case for millions of working professions in the US alone, especially those using Gmail and Google Calendar. Fix this, and I guarantee that your retention for Proton Calendar will go way up. Professionals looking to get away from Google give it one look, see it doesn't fit there needs, and move on (no feedback). This is a major pain that is flying under the radar.

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