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    John commented  · 

    In case there are several possibility, the fetched public keys should be displayed in a sort of drop-down menu, with their respective fingerprint, so that the user be able to select which one they want to use, with some switch to choose between "use this public key for this email only" or "always use this public key from now on with this recipient".

    It seems easy to implement as I do it manually with two simple gpg commands in a terminal. However, needing to open a terminal or key management app to do it manually, then download and export the key, to then open the contact advanced details (sometimes after having to create the contact) and upload the key is a very tedious process. Especially if you need to do it often or in bulk.

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    John commented  · 

    To all the people talking about how happy they are with todoist: if you are sincere commenters (and not just trollers or advertisers), I think you're totally missing Proton's point. Proton doesn't intend to and is not expected to provide a better ToDo, email or calendar app. They intend/are expected to provide good apps that ENCRYPT USER DATA (client-side). Since Todoist doesn't do so, a Proton ToDo would not be a competitor since it would just bring something that many value while Todoist doesn't even try to do it.

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    John commented  · 

    Rejoyce, F (below comparing with Google Calendar) and OP, as this feature clearly exists, at least in the web app and the Android app.

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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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