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Beyond Business Cards: Get Into Anyone's Contacts List

Handing someone your business card does not mean you will be added to their contacts. After all, digital contacts are available on every device, which makes it easy for others to get in touch with you. Here’s how to go beyond paper cards and get into someone’s real contacts list.

ContactBox Creates And Shares Custom Contact Lists

Android/iOS: Want to give the numbers or emails of a few tradespeople to your buddy? ContactBox is the easiest solution to create custom lists from your contacts and share them with others.

Connect6 Displays Contact Info For Anyone Across The Web

Chrome: Want more information about someone you have found online? Connect6 puts it at your fingertips. Just hover over a name, email or social handle and you’ll see a quick bio as long as you have the free extension installed.

Noteify Views And Edits Contact Details And Notes While On Call

Android: When you place or receive a call, Noteify pops up in a floating window with all the information you would need about that contact, almost like an assistant with a cheat sheet for the things you need to know or remember.

PureContact, The Visual Contact Manager And Dialler, Is Out For iPhone

iOS: PureContact, a gesture-driven contacts manager and speed dialler that was previously Android only, is now available for the iPhone as well. You’ll see all of your contacts in a grid arranged by their faces, and you can assign gestures to call, text, WhatsApp or email them.

Mingle Messages Contacts Across Networks Easily

iOS: Mingle is a contacts app that takes some cues from Drafts and Launch Center Pro. Unlike a traditional contacts app that gives you a list and some information, Mingle allows you to launch actions in other apps directly from your contacts list.

Use Google Maps Instead Of Bing For Contacts In Outlook

Among its many awesome features, Microsoft Outlook allows you to easily map a contact’s address using Bing Maps, making it simple to find their location. If you would rather use Google Maps instead, a simple registry edit will fix that.

Create A Common Gmail Account To Sync Contacts In Everyone's Phones

To keep your partner, housemates or office colleagues always updated with commonly used contacts, create a group Gmail account. Smartphones can add it as a secondary account and sync the contacts, so everyone’s phone is always updated.

Write Only Your Preferred Contact Option In Email Signatures

Email signatures are full of all the different ways you can get in touch with the sender. If you follow this method, chances are that you won’t be contacted.

You Can Now Star Important Contacts In Your Google Contacts List

Google announced today that you can now star individual contacts in your Google Contacts list, just as you can star important emails. Seems like an easy way to quickly identify and find the people who you message the most.

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