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    Josh Leslie commented  · 

    This does not work when the event has attendees, still, which is abjectly embarrassing.

    I got my hopes up based on Peter's comment below and tried, but get the following:

    Update recurring event
    You will update all the events in this series. An invitation will be sent to the event participants.

    There is no such prompt to edit a single occurrence per the support article. This is still, unbelievably, an outstanding deficit in core calendar functionality for Proton Calendar. It should never have come out of beta without this, and it is absolutely unconscionable that it has STILL not been remedied.

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    Josh Leslie commented  · 

    It is beyond moderately absurd that this has been added as a known limitation of Proton Calendar under the Proton Calendar FAQ, instead of just developing the feature. We're coming up on 2 years in May since this was first posted, and still have no timeline on this, which should be CORE functionality of a calendar platform. Proton, do better. :-|

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    Josh Leslie commented  · 

    Agreed @CS. Hard to believe that zero progress has been made with this in the 8 months since I posted in this thread...it is a core feature of a calendar.

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    Josh Leslie commented  · 

    This seems to be possible for a single instance of events with no invitees/attendees, but not for events that have invitees/attendees. Quite a glaring omission of key functionality that really is required for recurring events with invitees/attendees, as it is more frequent to have to reschedule a single instance when dealing with multiple peoples' live/schedules.

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    Josh Leslie commented  · 

    I wouldn't hold your breath on this one, folks. I have had an open support ticket on one-way read-only syncing between Proton Calendar and Google Calendar since January which has yet to be resolved 🙄

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    Josh Leslie commented  · 

    Reiterating my comment from the other "Shared Calendar" idea, as this is becoming a greater and greater source of needless friction for me.

    While I have fully migrated to ProtonMail and ProtonCalendar, my wife still uses Google Calendar and Gmail, and I suspect that will be the case for many ProtonCalendar users who need to share a calendar with their partners/spouses/loved ones. Or Outlook 365, etc. So please consider this as you further flesh out the shared calendar features. While it is an understandable hope, I don't think it is a reasonable expectation that all of our respective loved ones will switch to Proton simply because we have.

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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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    Josh Leslie commented  · 

    "Available" and functional are two very different things. I have been waiting on a response since JANUARY 31ST as to why this doesn't work to share a calendar with a Google Calendar user (which I expect is the main use case for many Proton users who have spouses, partners or family members who are not Proton users).

    What made Proton Calendar the red-headed stepchild of Proton apps? Why are you allocating so many resources to developing new apps, instead of shoring up glaring deficiencies in core functionality in your existing apps? Just last week I got an email from this forum from someone who is leaving Proton due to the fact that it is still not possible to edit a single instance of a recurring meeting with invitees. I cannot say I blame them in the slightest, as it's been YEARS. These are core features, not "ideas" for how to improve Proton Calendar. Truly sad to see the pitiful amount of attention and resources allocated to this key web service.

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    Josh Leslie commented  · 

    I agree with everything you said, Mickey. The only thing I will add, is that while I have fully migrated to ProtonMail and ProtonCalendar, my wife still uses Google Calendar and Gmail, and I suspect that will be the case for many ProtonCalendar users who need to share a calendar with their partners/spouses/loved ones. Or Outlook 365, etc. So please consider this as you further flesh out the shared calendar features. While it is an understandable hope, I don't think it is a reasonable expectation that all of our respective loved ones will switch to Proton simply because we have.

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