Introducing the ProtonMail Feedback Forum

Private email feedback

We’re excited to introduce the new ProtonMail Feedback Forum where you can give us feedback and suggestions on new features that you want to see in ProtonMail. Since the beginning, we have built ProtonMail with usability as our main goal, and we’ve worked hard to make sure that each comment and suggestion is a part of our development process. Now you can vote, comment and post new ideas for ProtonMail to develop in the future through the Feedback Forum. FeedbackForumYou can access the Feedback Forum directly from the Knowledge Base through the “Request Feature” button, as well as on the footer of our Homepage. To give feedback, simply type out your idea in the “Enter your Idea” form. You can vote on ideas other users have submitted and see how many votes each idea has received. In general, we will try to build the features which are the most requested. In order to avoid duplicates, we suggest trying to search first before submitting a new feature to ensure that it has not been submitted already.

We’re happy to have found a new way to include your voice in our development and we look forward to getting your feedback. With your help, we hope to make ProtonMail even better and easier to use.

Best Regards,
The ProtonMail Team

 

 

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17 comments on “Introducing the ProtonMail Feedback Forum

    • Thank you for the comment. You can CC and BCC email recipients already, by clicking the “+” button on the compose page.

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  • Is it advisable to store the 2 passwords in the browser, or is that a possible hacking danger?

    Thank you very much!

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    • We do not recommend using password managers to manage your passwords in ProtonMail, due to potential errors from use. However, you can choose to if you would like to.

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  • Hello,

    It is a very good service. I used it a couple of times to communicate with my friends who are still not on it. It is really nice.

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  • If a request for a new proton email address was made within the last week. How long is the current wait time on getting a new account?? I am in a rush for my new email address and wonder what your server capacity is at the moment
    Thanks Daz

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  • Any idea for the delay usually required for an applicant to receive his invite? Not at all a complaint, but I’ve applied over a month ago and waiting reminds me childhood feelings when expecting Christmas morning 🙂

    Need to mention I am definitely concerned with this new email frame? What a fantastic project!

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  • I may be missing it but I would like to set my date format to dd/mm/yyyy, as in the more logical European system. I have tried to find a way to change from the US mm/dd/yyyy system but have failed. Please advise.

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  • I really like to see an app for Macs for this and also a way to connect this email to my mail account on my MacBook Air!

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  • It would be a good idea if PM can disconnect by himself after some time of non activity. By example My PC banking close after 10″

    Thanks

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  • Is there a way to delete a secure message (protonmail to non-protonmail user) before its expiration data occours ?
    Recipient has recived the encrypted message and I want to disabile the related link.

    Thanks

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  • Hi,
    Is there a way to delete an encrypted message I sent to a non-protomail user before its expiration data occours?
    Recipient has read the message and now I would like to disable the related link.

    Thanks

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