Configure ProtonMail Logs And Manage Login Sessions

ProtonMail has the option of viewing active login sessions and checking authentication logs. These help in knowing the number of active sessions, the dates and times of sign-ins, which login attempts were successful, and which were not. Similar features are available in Gmail and Outlook too. Here is how to access and configure these in ProtonMail: Login to ProtonMail and click on the Settings option....

How To Use The Undo Send Feature In ProtonMail

ProtonMail has useful features like scheduling emails, using short domains, sending expiring emails, and more. Along with it, there is also the Undo send feature. It recalls sent messages and turns them back into drafts for editing. This feature is already on by default, and you can change the undo interval as needed. Here is how: Login to ProtonMail and click on Settings > Go to settings. Choose...

ProtonCalendar: A Privacy-Focused Calendar Tool For ProtonMail

ProtonMail now offers the ProtonCalendar beta version for all its email users. It is a simple and easy-to-use calendar and is available as a web version too. As with ProtonMail, it too focuses on privacy. Here is how it protects your data. To use it, go to the ProtonCalendar page and log in with your ProtonMail account. On the first use, click on Start using ProtonCalendar. Adding and editing events: After...

How To Change The Message Composer Mode And Inbox Layout In ProtonMail

In ProtonMail, the message composing window and the inbox view can be changed as needed. By default, the message composing window opens as a popup at the bottom-right corner. The inbox view is column-based by default with the messages opening in the column next to the inbox. Here is how to change them: Login to ProtonMail and click on SETTINGS. Next, click on the Appearance section. There will...

4 Useful Features To Know When Using ProtonMail

ProtonMail is great for privacy-focused email communication. It has some useful features that make using it more secure, productive, and efficient. Let’s take a look at these: Encrypting and scheduling emails: When sending an email message in ProtonMail, you can choose to encrypt and schedule them. This is available even when the recipient does not have a ProtonMail account. Here is how to...

How To Enable Two-Password Mode In ProtonMail

ProtonMail has the option of enabling Two-Password Mode if needed. This is different than 2FA or Two-Factor Authentication where you’d need to authenticate using a token or a text message besides the password. The Two-password Mode requires entering two passwords – one for the initial logging in and the other to decrypt the ProtonMail inbox and access emails. So the first password is to...