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    David commented  · 

    On my mobile (Android) app, I can customize what swipe left/right will do on the first page that lists all my emails, but I don't have a way to tell it what to do when I swipe left/right when I am in an email. There should be a way for me to be able to swipe left to go to the previous email and right to go to the next email. The way it is now, I have to go back to the email list and then open the next email and it feels slow and cumbersome.

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    David commented  · 

    While this is a nice idea and a noble goal, the whole idea of the Proton suite is to know as little as possible for as short a time as possible and shared with as few other computers as possible. I don't see how this could be implemented without scanning images and running queries on other servers which would weaken the privacy of Proton. It's also important to note that it would be trivially simple to circumvent the scanners by simply compressing all images into a password protected zip folder that automatic scanners couldn't read.

    Please DON'T try and implement something like this.

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    Sharing a calendar is available on Web. 

    On next iterations we would like to enable the editing permission on mobile apps and add in the future to only share the "busy" information

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