Manage all your contacts in one page!
We've made it easy to quickly preview and take action. When on the page, use these shortcuts
- Up/Down to change the selected row
- Enter to open the sidebar of the selected contact's details
- Esc to dismiss the sidebar
- C to add a new contact manually
- G + K key to open the Keep-in-touch page
- G + B key to open Birthdays page
- G + L key to the open Locations page
- Shift + G to create a new group
Displayed contacts can be organized to your preference.
Allows you to customize what properties are displayed on each row.
Sort your contacts by Last Interaction, Name A-Z or by Created date.
Filter your contacts by the following:
- Last Interaction
You can choose to combine more than one filter if necessary.
This will allow you to take the following actions on all contacts selected:
- CSV Export - Export all selected contacts to a .CSV File.
- Archive - Archive all selected contacts
- Delete - Delete all selected contacts
After you open a contact's details, you can see/update the contact's profile information and take any actions you need.
From here, you can do the following:
- Upload a Profile Picture
- Update Contact information
- Manually update your last interaction
- Set Frequency for Keep-in-touch
- Actions Button allows you to do the following:
- Send an email to the contact
- Create calendar event
- Set Reminder
- Star contact
- Merge with an existing contact
- Download vCard
- Invite to Dex
- Archive or Delete Contact
To get started, simply drag and drop the contacts to their corresponding frequency
You can also set a frequency by Group by clicking on
and selecting the Group you want to manage.
Note: If you notice this alert when dragging a contact to a different frequency, this means your last interaction with that contact is overdue.
To address this, you can update your last interaction.
- Set keep-in-touch 🤝
- Quickly update fields 🖊
- Archive unwanted contacts 🗄️
- Full name
In addition, we ensure that each set of duplicates does not have different Linkedin, Facebook, and Twitter profiles (or they'd belong to different people). We also ensure that for each duplicate, at least one contact is not an archived contact.
From this page, you can do the following:
- Assign a location to contact by dragging and dropping.
- Add a new location
- Filter contacts by "Contacts without location" or "Contacts (all)"