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I like this question! People who build software/hardware in the past - before app stores - used to have to sell it in the shops or on a website. People looked for features, ticking boxes - the more it had the better it was. This often meant that some of the features were of poor quality - due to developers just wanting to create the bear minimum of features ...


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Quite a bit of back and forth happens when manually trying to set up meetups using email this is why I believe calendar features are common in email. Consider the following conversation over email. Harry can I meet you on friday to talk over the thesis? Rachel No I wont be in on friday. can we make it thursday? Harry No I cant make it on thursday. how ...


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Because when you create an appointment, it will send a special mail that ask the others if they come or not. All those who accept will have the meeting added in their calendar. The email here is used to as a communication channel for the calendar part. The integration make sure that when you put someone on an appointement he will receive an email, ...


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As this is a little opinion based and depends on the use case of your application, I think there isn't a complete answer like "use this, that, or nothing". I would recommend the first idea - the dropdown list - with scroll bars. To improve the experience the dropdown should stay over the current year, when the user expands it. This allows the user to ...



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