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    Jipetouille commented  · 

    Totally agree. I think that the idea of having an app for each function on each system is the best option. Having mail / calendar / contact splitted between three softwares in my PC, smartphone, web app, is the standard in Windows, Mac, Nextcloud ... And so should it be on Proton. I don't know if it's the best for everyone, but as it's the standard, it is what I am more familiar with, so the more produtive with.

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    Jipetouille commented  · 

    I upvote because it's a fun idea, but realy not important at the moment. I personnaly use graphene OS on my smartphone, and what I need right now is more apps that build up a "Proton environment" like contact, office ... In sumup: a nextCloud that is built by Proton and maintained by Proton. But in the future, if you have infinite money and workforce, please consider it. Would flash.

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    Jipetouille commented  · 

    I quite disagree. Two ways of doing it: creating a new web browser from scratch, or taking one of them and adding a Proton layout. The first one is too time consumming regarding other priorities, even if I agree that it's a shame that Chromium is everwhere, and that Firefox is the only "mainstream" alternative. The second, I don't see what I would gain that a simple extension couldn't provide.

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    Jipetouille commented  · 

    Totally agree. I think that the idea of having an app for each function on each system is the best option. Having mail / calendar / contact splitted between three softwares in my PC, smartphone, web app, is the standard in Windows, Mac, Nextcloud ... And so should it be on Proton. I don't know if it's the best for everyone, but as it's the standard, it is what I am more familiar with, so the more produtive with.

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    Jipetouille commented  · 

    That would be actually a very good idea. I move from Murena.io (/e/OS) because of the lack of encryption. But now I'm a bit disappointed by the lack of interoperability of Proton Services when it comes to share multiple documents on multiple devices and edit them. For exemple, opening an office document in Android, that I started on PC was totally doable with Murena, and a pain even for a txt document with Proton. I'm not worried, Proton services are new and they increase very quickly over the months. The acquisition of a note taking app is exciting for this purpose but I dream to get bigger.

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