#178: The Contacts Show
February 24th, 2014 · 99 minutes
David and Katie discuss the best practices for managing, syncing and organizing contacts.
Thanks to MPU listener Hay Oborn for assistance with the shownotes this week!
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Links and Show Notes
Links for this episode:
- MPU 042: Contacts and Calendars | Mac Power Users
In this episode, Katie and David tackle managing contacts and calendars on your Mac and iOS Devices.
- Mac App Store - Contacts Cleaner
- Google Sync
Sync your Google services to your phone, tablet, and desktop programs so that you can always access what's important to you
- Contacts Sync For Google Gmail
- Contacts (Mavericks): Group contacts
Use groups and folders (for Exchange accounts) to organize your contacts by categories, or to easily send email to several people at once.
- TextExpander: Mac Typing Shortcut Utility Saves You Time
Type more with less effort! TextExpander saves your fingers and your keyboard, expanding custom keyboard shortcuts into frequently-used text and pictures...
- How Mac experts deal with their contacts | Macworld
- Cobook Contacts - the unfied address book for Mac
- Flexibits | Fantastical
- LaunchBar 5
A single keyboard shortcut lets you access and control every aspect of your digital life. Whatever you want to accomplish on your Mac – with LaunchBar it’s only a few keystrokes away.
- Alfred App - Productivity App for Mac OS X
Alfred saves you time when you search for files online or on your Mac. Be more productive with hotkeys, keywords and file actions at your fingertips.
- Dialvetica Contacts on the App Store on iTunes
Your app should be smart enough to know who your favorites are. It should know what number you want to call. It should know who you mean when you type someone's initials.
- Smartr Contacts for iPhone on the App Store on iTunes
What if you had a magic address book that automatically identified the name and contact information for everyone you've ever communicated with?
- Chambers Daily
- Your iPhone Address Book Is Not A Rolodex — Chambers Daily
- Learning To Love Evernote — Chambers Daily
- Evernote Hello | Evernote
- Delete Contacts Fast - DeleteQ on the App Store on iTunes
“DeleteQ” is the best way to delete contacts quickly.You can quickly and easily select multiple contacts and delete them from address book on your iPhone.
- Evernote Adds Business Card Scanning — KatieFloyd.me
- How to Export Your iPhone Contacts