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how to managing contacts via gmail account

The contact Manager tool helps you organize and access people you communicate with the most. Acting like an online address book, Contact Manager enables you to build an index of people and include as much or as little information about each as you want. Typically, contact information can include name, email address, phone numbers, address, job title, and company. You can switch between Business and Standard forms when filling out contact details; the latter includes a field for entering the person’s birthday, whereas the former includes fields for a work phon

 

Contact Manager Redesign  :

At the time of publication, Google was in the process of completely redesigning its contact manager interface. Depending on when you read this, you might see the Google contacts preview in place of the old interface, or the new contact manager might have become official.

 

Add a Contact :

Creating a new contact in your address book is as simple as filling out a form. As soon as you start filling out the fields, the Contact Manager automatically saves your work.

 

1 .  Click the Gmail feature drop-down button and click Contacts.

 

2 .  Click the New Contact button.

 

3 .  Fill out the form fields to create the contact, starting with the contact’s name.

 

4 .  Click the Go to My Contacts button to go back to the Contacts page where the new entry appears in the list.

 

Change Fields and Add More :

To change which fields appear on the contact form, click the More button and click Business or Standard. You can also add specific fields, such as birthday or nickname, to your form. click the Add button on the new form page and click which field you want to add.

 

View More Information About a Contact :

When you add contacts to the contacts page, a pop-up box displays anytime you pause your mouse by a contact name across Google apps. This box offers contextual information about the contact, including links to emailing, calling, and chatting with the contact. To view recent emails from that person, click the Emails link.

 

Edit Contacts :

You can make changes to the information for a contact, such as update a phone number or address. To do so, simply revisit the contact’s form.

 

1 .  Click the contact you want to edit on the Contacts page.

 

2 .  Make any changes needed to the information.

 

3 .  Click Save Now.

 

Delete a Contact :

From the Contacts list, select the check box next to the contact you want to remove. Click the More button and click Delete Contact. If you accidentally delete the wrong one, click the Undo link that immediately appears at the top of the Contacts page.

 

Create a Group :

You can organize your contacts into groups to make it easier to email everyone at the same time. For example, you can set up a group for your coworkers and send out a memo to everyone in the group.

 

1 .  Select the check boxes next to the contacts you want to add to a group.

 

2 .  Click the Groups button.

 

3 .  Click Create New.

 

4 .  Enter a name for the new group.

 

5 .  Click OK.

 

Google+ users have a different name for groupings of people, called circles. If you’re a Google+ user, Circles is also available to you in Contact Manager. You can create all kind of circles and share information with the people in a particular circle.

 

To assign a circle to a contact you enter using the contact form, click the Add and Invite button after you start filing in form details. You can then choose from your preset circles, such as Friends, Family, Acquaintances, following, or Coworkers. You can also choose to create a new circle.

 

You can tell groups from circles in the contacts list based on a tiny circle icon next to the circle name.

 

 

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