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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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    Agreed, this is a must. I would not call this "sharing" as that describes simply allowing others to view your calendar. What I want is to be able to collaborate with others on a calendar where I, as the admin, can set what my users can do. For example I want to control my users' ability to View, Edit, Create, Delete, Share, etc. calendar events and tasks. It will take this for us to leave our current calendar.

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    Dave B commented  · 

    Maybe this is old, or not exactly what you want, but here's what I did. Launch ProtonMail in Chrome. Click the three hamburger dots in the upper right corner, then hover over "More Tools" and then click "Create Shortcut". In the box that pops up, rename the shortcut if you want, MAKE SURE the "Open in Window" box is checked, the click "Create". This puts a shortcut on your desktop that will open ProtonMail in a "browserless" window that looks and acts more like a desktop app.

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