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    Em commented  · 

    Really annoying to have proton pushing security 'features' that could be attack vectors.
    Especially the constant notification about it, you've notified me, so get rid of the dot already.
    If I've forgotten my password I'm dead! I want my account to stay inaccessible.

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    Em commented  · 

    I have the exact same issue with my spouse and anyone else I try to bring over to proton.

    Noone is going to go through 3+ extra clicks for every event they schedule while out and about just to make sure something is saved to the correct calendar.

    I very nearly had my spouse convinced on this service, but now that half their events are on a calender I can't see and they can't share, the whole idea of us having a shared calendar is basically not practical at all.

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    Currently, sharing calenders is a premium feature. This seems fine at face value but creates critical issues with onboarding friends/family members to proton calendar.

    The issue is thus:
    I can have them make an account and share my calender with them.
    Great, they can see my schedule now.
    They use the app to schedule an event, it defaults to their only private calendar that they can't remove. I can't see this or plan around it, they also cannot share it without premium.

    The additional clicks for a new user to change the calander they are saving an event to (every single time they make any individual event) makes protoncalendar very confusing for new users that might not be tech savvy. This completely eliminates any point to persuading others to use the service as it's not easy to organise multiple peoples schedules together in one calendar.

    Suggestion: Allow free users to set a paid user's shared calendar as their default calender for new events.

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    We have given this quite a bit of thought, but at the present moment, it is not clear the advantages would outweigh the disadvantages.

    The biggest problem is search. Encrypting all metadata would break metadata search entirely on the web client as there is still no efficient way to handle search of encrypted data within a browser.

    Secondly, metadata encryption’s value from a privacy standpoint is also somewhat dubious. Because we ultimately must deliver the message to the recipient, we must know who the recipient is. At the current time, there still isn’t any proven and viable way to work around this.

    Metadata encryption is an area of continued research for us, and when the opportunity arises and the technology for doing this matures, we will definitely implement it in ProtonMail.

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    Em commented  · 

    I wish I could set a default so that I don't have to manually remove the email notification hidden behind "more options" every single time I make any event ever.

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    Em commented  · 

    Absolutely this!
    It drives me crazy that the default notification is an email and a notification.
    I don't ever want emails about calendar events, no exceptions.
    So It's impossible for me to schedule a single thing without having to go into the advanced options for every single event I ever add because it never remembers my preference.
    So tedious.

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