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    J commented  · 

    I agree. Too many over-the-shoulder lurkers. I don't want to see the first line of text myself. I put it under the heading so I can search for the heading. I used to be able to skip the first line to hide the content, now it calls it an "invalid item format."

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  8. 53 votes
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    J commented  · 

    I have been tripped up by this, but you can save the login information and add the current URL after generating a new password. It isn't seemless, but it ensures that the new password gets saved and that you can find it later.

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    You can visit the settings menu to view recently generated passwords. On the web app, the password is also copied to the clipboard. 

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    J commented  · 

    I'm not a very technical person, so most of the suggestions are somewhat cryptic to me. I wanted to suggest a contacts backup because I don't want to rely on creepy google to store all of my contacts, but if I don't rely on it, the loss of my phone would be pretty devastating. Basically, anything that google or microsoft handles, I would prefer that Proton handles in the most ethical way.

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    J commented  · 

    Good idea and hope it could be done securely without risks.

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    J commented  · 

    I would also like something that handles the bookmarks that I currently save on my browser. For me, I dislike when something changes with my browser or another page forces me to reset my browers and I have to start my bookmarks from scratch. Additionally, I end up with bookmarks in weird places and find it difficult to re-organize them and delete useless folders. I'd like the same ability to move items to folders, delete items and folders, etc. as I do with my computer's folders. Also being able to know exactly where they are whether I'm on my phone or laptop would be great.

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    Yes, I was going to write my own suggestion about this, but I'll add it in the comments to the other "to-do" suggestions. I am not partial to Microsoft or Microsoft ToDo, but I would like a great Goals/Priorities organizer that would suit all my needs. I've spent days looking for one and only partial luck. Proton calendar, Proton Pass, Proton email, Proton Drive all help me do a little of this. I'm thinking something that is highly customizable would help the most users with their various needs. For me: 1) All areas can use drag & drop to rearrange order 2) All areas can be edited for titles, list entries, colors, etc. 3)Repeat available 4)Move to another list available (advance) 5) Multiple lists available, like 20 or more (groceries, books, etc.) 6) I like the Eisenhower Matrix, but I want subsections for areas of life and sub-subsections to break down projects. 7) I also like "1 3 5 To Do List" and wish I could combine all this. 8) Bonus: Add times and dates, reminders. 9) Bonus: mission statement prominently displayed on one or more Proton apps. 10) Dream bonus: just being able to hover over a TUUDO, Microsoft, Google, or other calendar entry or event in an email and have it added to Proton calendar. Overview: I could imagine toggling between an A) Eisenhower Matrix, B) Proton Calendar (maybe some of this could be part of the calendar), C) Various lists for groceries, books, cleaning, yadda yadda (maybe some of this could be part of proton pass notes) D) a 1-3-5 today, tomorrow, someday (widget? - I could see this as part of Proton calendar). I know this is a lot. Thanks for considering.

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    Yes, I was going to write my own suggestion about this, but I'll add it in the comments to the other "to-do" suggestions. I am not partial to Microsoft or Microsoft ToDo, but I would like a great Goals/Priorities organizer that would suit all my needs. I've spent days looking for one and only partial luck. Proton calendar, Proton Pass, Proton email, Proton Drive all help me do a little of this. I'm thinking something that is highly customizable would help the most users with their various needs. For me: 1) All areas can use drag & drop to rearrange order 2) All areas can be edited for titles, list entries, colors, etc. 3)Repeat available 4)Move to another list available (advance) 5) Multiple lists available, like 20 or more (groceries, books, etc.) 6) I like the Eisenhower Matrix, but I want subsections for areas of life and sub-subsections to break down projects. 7) I also like "1 3 5 To Do List" and wish I could combine all this. 8) Bonus: Add times and dates, reminders. 9) Bonus: mission statement prominently displayed on one or more Proton apps. 10) Dream bonus: just being able to hover over a TUUDO, Microsoft, Google, or other calendar entry or event in an email and have it added to Proton calendar. Overview: I could imagine toggling between an A) Eisenhower Matrix, B) Proton Calendar (maybe some of this could be part of the calendar), C) Various lists for groceries, books, cleaning, yadda yadda (maybe some of this could be part of proton pass notes) D) a 1-3-5 today, tomorrow, someday (widget? - I could see this as part of Proton calendar). I know this is a lot. Thanks for considering.

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    J commented  · 

    Unsure what point 1 means, but I am here for points 2 and 3.

  19. 11 votes
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    J commented  · 

    I am wanting something like this. I wouldn't mind if it were the same pincode as I use to unlock the extension on my laptop. Using fingerprints or face gives me scary vibes.

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