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Proton Mail v3.7 Release Notes

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Note: Due to the way we roll out new versions, Proton Mail 3.7 has not been released to everyone yet. If you do not see it yet, you will see it soon.

With Proton Mail 3.7, Proton Mail Visionary users will have early access to a new feature that allows for the creation of an organization under their account and enables them add members. These members can have their own subaccount with their own login and inbox. Sub-users are already supported in the current versions of the Proton Mail secure email mobile apps for Android(new window) and iOS(new window). This feature is currently a technical preview for Proton Mail Visionary only, and will be released more widely later on.

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Sub-Accounts/Members

 

Visionary users who use custom domain(s) can now host multiple separate accounts on their domain. This will be especially useful for families or organizations that would like their members to have their own separate mailboxes and email addresses using a domain other than proton.me. The Visionary account will become the administrator of the organization and is responsible for address setup and storage quotas. You can learn how set up this functionality on your account. If you are not a Visionary user yet, you can learn how more about Proton Mail plus. If you run into any problems, you can let us know through the “Report Bug” functionality found within the web and mobile apps.


Version 3.7 Full Release Notes

New Features

  • Sub-user support for Visionary Users
  • New action to log out all other sessions (Settings -> Security -> Session Management)
  • Select all options for the inbox checkboxes (select all unread, select all starred, etc …)

Bug Fixes

  • Several bug fixes and performance improvements

Improvement

  • New settings page design featuring a sidebar menu
  • New design for checkboxes and radio buttons
  • New scrollbar design
  • Improved advance search component

As always, your feedback is appreciated. Please report bugs using Proton Mail report bug feature(new window), or send us a support request here: https://proton.me/support

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