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  1. 176 votes
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    Chad commented  · 

    Already exists from multiple providers (mysudo.com and privacy.com for two), no need for Proton to do it.

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    Chad commented  · 

    No thanks, this is already addressed by the likes of Threema, Signal, Session, Simplex, TOX, etc.

    We don't need another ecosystem and especially not another walled garden (do you really want another anti-competitive entity like Microsoft, Google, Apple, etc?).

    It would be a waste of Proton's time and resources, which should be focused on making their existing products (really, it can be argued that they have already become quite bloated) complete and functional.

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    Chad commented  · 

    What password manager are you using?

    Keepass, bitwarden, enpass, etc work fine on GrapheneOS

    The most of what Proton uses GSF for is for notifications.

    Which, hopefully, GrapheneOS finds a way for a built-in solution or there is greater use of NTFY app. We don't want each app having their own notification function, would destroy performance and battery life.

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    Chad commented  · 

    No thanks.

    This is already met with mysudo.com and privacy.com to name two.

    People wanting to be cornered into a walled garden is ridiculous. Do we really want another Microsoft, Google, Apple, etc? There is also the "all your eggs in one basket" thing. It is also a very anti-competitive position to hold/take. It is better to decentralize, not centralize.

  5. 145 votes
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    Chad commented  · 

    Yes, this is needed and it is extremely simple adjustment.

    Really, the colon is not needed at all when using 24-hr ("military") clock.

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    Chad commented  · 

    Add cal.com in there as well.

    Also, other conferencing (many which would align better with Proton's state philosophy): Jami, Jitsi, Mirotalk Signal, Simplex, Threema, etc.

    This issue has become a major hurdle for me. I need to be able to have clients access online scheduling and book appointments, which requires that the online booking be able to cross reference my calendar (as well as post events to it) to avoid overbooking.

    The current work-around I have right now doesn't work since Proton Calendar fails to push updates to shared links reliably let alone in a timely manner. Which that alone is completely unacceptable.

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    Chad commented  · 

    This is much needed along with the ability to convert between task/note/reminder and event. Sometimes you just wan a reminder on a day, but not show you as busy for a given time and sometimes you need to switch/convert between.

    I came across this need recently, where my shift got cancelled but I don't want to delete the event as I still want it noted on my calendar. So, I could edit the event append a note (eg "cancelled" or "on-call") and convert to a task/reminder/note so it stays on the calendar but does not take up a "time slot" or show as "busy".

    Please also include ability to have subtasks and reoccurring tasks.

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    Chad commented  · 

    I strongly disagree with this statement: "ProtonMail offers encrypted contacts for both web and mobile applications"

    I will give you that it exists in some form, but it might as well not in its current state. It no where near functionally complete nor usable, especially on mobile devices.

    Many things are lacking, such as functional contact cards.
    Such as:
    - not every contact card is for a person, sometimes it is for a business/organization (being able to use the "organization" field as contact name/title without duplicating to other fields)
    - limit on how many email addresses are allowed to be entered per contact
    - system integration/access (what use are contacts in Proton when you have to manage an entirely separate list on your phone and computer; what use is the Bridge when the contact list isn't accessible)

    On the web GUI, yes, access was made easier, but that is merely a quick access not a full fledged address book.

    I suggest getting with the people over at Etesync. They managed to create encrypted contact and calendar with sync and system integration, so we know it can be done.

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    Chad commented  · 

    They just need scaling plans. Basically, very similar to business plan, but for consumers: per user pricing, more users bigger the discount... got to make this work for families of all sizes after all (there are families of upwards of 12-16 children still)

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    Chad commented  · 

    That would break much of the security and privacy provided/obtained. So hard pass.

    For the likes of Gmail, outlook, etc it is best to use a separate app.

    There is no security for gmail as it resides and transits on Google's servers.

    You can use PGP with GMail et al to get some privacy and security back. Things like Mailvelope or GPGTools work, though a little more manual work required.

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    Chad commented  · 

    That is because what you are trying to do is not possible.

    MX records of a domain can only be pointing to one server at any given time. You can create a subdomain that points to another server though.

    To use SimpleLogin, you would either point your parent domain there or create a subdomain that can be pointed to SimpleLogin while your parent domain points to ProtonMail.

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    Chad commented  · 

    Having that in the footer/signature is only on the free accounts and is pretty standard practice for any email service provider.

    As a "free" account user, your complaint is invalid. Your account exists only by the graces of the paying users and business. Proton doesn't even have to offer a "free" account if they didn't want to, it merely a preview look to get the feel of it, not be everything.

    Why people think they can demand things when they aren't even paying.

    Beggars don't get to be choosers.

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    Chad commented  · 

    I recommended this once in forums and people jumped all over me for. It is a simple thing.

    Sure, you can turn it off and then add manually per message... but that runs the risk of forgetting to do so and for a simple task not to be automated makes no sense.

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    Chad commented  · 

    Family plan needs to operate very similar to a business plan when it comes to users: per user pricing. Of course, families could sign up under a business plan, but despite a similar structure, the finances and needs of a business are different from family and thus different pricing is needed.

    A family plan should be able to expand and contract as the family evolves. For starters a family starts at 2 users, then may grow to 3+, 6+, 10+ users. But as children grow up, they may leave the family plan, thus the number of users starts to diminish. And then the cycle would repeat, with the children getting their own plan, then maybe a family plan of their own.

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    Chad commented  · 

    This is a definite must, keep contacts synced to Proton is a nightmare right now. We need mobile OS sync contacts.

    Not to mention, the entirety of contact management on Proton sucks. There doesn't seem to be any thought put into it at all.

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    Chad commented  · 

    You know you can turn that off in settings under "Identity and Addresses", right?

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    Chad commented  · 

    Read receipt request is already available.

    Now, that doesn't mean the reader allows it. I block such activity, no one should know if I read a message or not unless I deliberately/intentionally reply to them.

    ***** trackers of all kinds.

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    Chad commented  · 

    I'm confused on this one.

    Aren't there already a choice of ~7 fonts as well as font size selection?

    I am able to select a font and size and make it default (it even prompts me to set default). Sure they stuck to business fonts, but don't really need all the other fancy ones, from a functionality standpoint.

    As for letter spacing, that is determined by chosen font, but does appear to be a bit narrower. They need to fix that and make it so it is in accordance with basically universal standards.

    Adding mono, serif, and sans versions of fonts would be helpful.

    I would like them to add the Liberation font series. I find them to be the best.

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