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    Marco commented  · 

    This seems to me pretty "table stakes" - it is incredibly painful, especially when the event is created by someone else (client or business associate) and we cannot change a single occurrence (e.g., declining it) without impacting ALL events - and it looks extremely unprofessional that we can't do something that is taken for granted.

    To really be (barely) parity with *all* other calendaring apps, we would need to be able to:

    - edit just one instance (location, time, participants); or
    - edit "this one and all following"; or
    - change response just to one occurrence (attending yes/no)
    - delete "all following"

    Really basic stuff, honestly.

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    Marco commented  · 

    Yes, the lack of the ability to edit event in the iOS Calendar app is, at best, confusing: why?
    It is a pretty basic requirement (how many meetings do you have with yourself?) and it has been missing now since forever, and it would be really nice to have it.

    Currently, either I need to be back at my laptop, or open the calendar app in a mobile browser; that seems pretty inconvenient.

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  6. 40 votes
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    Marco commented  · 

    At the very least, it should be possible to open multiple windows; especially as the Calendar App opens in the same window:
    Very often I find myself sending emails for meetings, etc. where I need to look up dates/times in Calendar, while typing up the email;

    Right now this is not possible in the Desktop App, so I need to keep a browser window open with the Calendar, this is annoying and not particularly useful.

    Please add a "Window/New Window" menu item, and allow the user to have multiple windows open.

    Thanks!

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    Marco commented  · 

    AFAICT - ProtonMail is an "abandoned" service, at least, as far as the mobile apps go: they haven't been renewed in years, they are tired, dated, barely usable apps, belonging to 10 years ago.

    The fact that they lack even the most basic functionality that even the most threadbare mobile client apps provide for granted (threading in folders; offline access) shows that, as far as Proton management is concerned, we, the users, are taken for granted too.

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