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    Anonymousse commented  · 

    I think this is important. I understand there is always a question of how secure you can keep a software instead of using the servers directly on the platform itself.

    From a convenience standpoint, people prefer to have access to their data from the desktop, instead of logging into a website. Just to run your app and there it is. Maybe you have to login again, every 30 days, but that feels like a lot less annoying, than always have to login on a website.

    This will of course, be always a struggle. Security VS Convenience. At least, discuss about it. It would be very appreciated.

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    Anonymousse commented  · 

    I can only agree. Not only is an offline view useful (i.e. think of mobile use, no Internet connection), it also allows to work on it, in case of a disconnect from anywhere. You simply sync the calendar with the server, when you go online with both versions.

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    Anonymousse commented  · 

    It's not only important for a business. I used Calendly for some time and I found it so far the best solution to find fast an appointment time/date. I don't have to share my calendar, I just make a template, when I have time, send them the link and they can pick any of the open spots and I will get informed about it, as soon they pick it.

    Considering, you literally do this with the Proton Drive sharing link already, it wouldn't be much of a problem to integrating this for the calendar as well. On top, you can always give us the option to decide how long the link stays active and/or set a password.

    It would certainly improve scheduling a ton and people receiving the link, wouldn't need a Proton account to be able to use it.

    And if you consider to just use the calender itself, sharing what is in it, then give us the option to define a timeframe and which schedules in the calendar would be shared. My first example is better, though, since I can make a complete new template (which we should be able to save) unrelated to my existing calendar infos for the 3rd party.

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