An encrypted calendar
I am searching for a fully encrypted cloud-based calendar.
Building an encrypted calendar is at the top of our to-do list right now as we desperately need a solution to schedule and share calendar entries securely ourselves. However, first, we have to finish the new client to push it our of beta and update the Tutanota Android and iOS apps so that you can use your encrypted mailbox with very good speeds and many more features on all your devices. Once we are done with that, we will build the encrypted calendar.
Thank you very much for your continuous support.
John Chiofolo commented
Any update on the calendar?
While I love your vision, the app, and the improvements over the years, one area in which you tend to perform poorly is setting expectations. I would much rather hear, "Calendar in another 1.5 years" rather than being told "in the next 6 months" every 6 months.
Is there any updated time frame on when the calendar should be released?
I don't mind if the calendar sucks at first as long a I can finally ditch my Google one. What's the time frame?
I have patience. With two paid accounts, what more can I do.
I agree with Marta, but I hope you will come with a nice surprise.
"Building an encrypted calendar is at the top of our to-do list right now..."
Except for all the things that are even higher on the list.
And once we are done with ALL the things that are higher on the list than the calendar, then we will do the calendar. Or at least, TODAY, we are telling you that we will.
Listen up, Tutanota guys: Maybe if you built the calendar first, you'd have an easier time meeting all those deadlines you're missing for promised features. How many times have you promised the calendar "by the end of the year" or "in the first half of 201X?".
I bet you won't be able to do it by the end of june. As usual.
15 days until July so how is the progress?
I'd love to see this happen
Carlos Llorens commented
There are any news about the Tutanota Calendar?
I'm waiting for it, and I think there are more people espectant.
In my case, my decision to become a premium customer depend on that.
Calendar is DESPERATELY needed. But only a month remains "in the 1st half of 2018". Is this still an up-to-date commitment from Tutanota, or will the calendar be delayed yet AGAIN?
I (we - my business) desperately need a searchable calendar to run the business. If this was offered, I'd pay €5/month, no problem.
For the person who wants something similar to Google Keep below: Try Turtl (open source, encrypted), Inkdrop (encrypted) or Boostnote (local, open source, sync how you like).
Don't just make Calendar a Premium feature.
Hi there. I understand that you guys need all the help you get. But not everybody can afford that. And most of the Premium features are perfect for Business, I assume.
along with your encrypted calendar , will you be setting up a feature like google keep, to jot down notes etc? it would be nice for me to avoid using google altogether
John Chiofolo commented
As the first half of 2018 gets closer to ending, do we have an update or estimated timeline on the calendar?
Please include the following features:
- abilty to subscribe to other calendars published online
- search: I need to know when I last met a customer / went to a meeting on a specific topic, etc.
The email search is an excellent feature, especially for encrypted stuff. So please reproduce this for the calendar function. Thanks!
waiting for your calendar in order to switch to tutanota as primary email provider
Is there any update?
Yes I like to close my google account i'm just waiting to your implementation of calendar
Hey there, really enjoying Tutanota so far. Loving the simple speedy mail box. As soon as I am able I will get premium.
Any eta on this calendar? Thank you.
A Nonno mess commented
I am very happy with the email client, and exceptionally happy with the perspective of the calendar being implemented. I am ashamed to live in a society where people are that self-absorbed that they don't bother to read or care about the fine details, and instead hand over their - and in the process, everyone else's - rights to privacy by their blatant stupidity. It is people who design this email who I am grateful for who are around. I was amazed to hear that Google's former slogan was "Don't be evil", when they are now an evil company, by mass-stalking and spying on society, and selling/giving away their information/data. The reason they have that slogan appears to be that they don't want any competition in the "evil" department. It is sad, as a lot of their services are good, but this prostitution of their people is horrid. There should be a mass effort to follow Google executives around as a crowd, with everyone calling out down the line everything they are doing..."He's in the toilet!...She didn't wash her hands!"...and when asked what they are doing (all 100 000 of them), they can respond "It's okay, we don't do anything with the data we've collected".
So top marks for providing an email service that isn't a spy laboratory for dummies, and others who are tricked into it by sneaky agreements that force our children into a so-called education brainwashing system that makes them have to have one of these spyware company products to ruin their lives on from junior school. You are worth more money than the products you provide, and I'm sorry I don't have much of it yet.
Looking forward to the calendar . I’ll upgrade my email. As soon as I figure out how.
YAYY. One of the first things I really wanted back in 2002 when someone stole my hard copy calendar off the wall of an office that I worked in. Just after nine eleven coworkers started acting strange.
Years later and the start of a written book with lists of things that followed these and the knowledge of many more with similar stories, privacy has become a sort of obsession for me. With all that happens daily in our world, one would think this topic should be a top priority.
Seems I am always on the dance floor alone for awhile till the rest of the crowd comes to dance. This is no different. Soon it will be a crowded dance floor using encrypted sources, calendar and all. Future generations will know nothing less. Thanks Tutanota.