Outlook for Mac is a great program, but if you want to use Apple’s built-in applications instead, then you may have to export the contacts Outlook has saved into its “On My Computer” group and import them into the Contacts app. (And no, Outlook’s “Export” command won’t work properly. Bummer.) We’ve got your instructions here!
For this article, we’re gonna talk about how easy it is to go about setting up contact groups on the Mac, which you can then use to email whole bunches of people without having to type in each address every time! What a time-saver.
Sharing a single contact card with someone is easy, but what about sharing a hundred contacts? If you use the Apple Contacts app to manage your contacts on the Mac, then sharing any number of contacts is a snap! Here’s how it works.
In this article, we’ll go over how to use Smart Groups in Contacts on the Mac, which you can employ to automatically sort and organize the people you know!
If you’ve ever wondered how to clean up duplicate contacts on your Mac, we’ve got some tips for you! Luckily, it’s pretty easy to organize things, and we’ll tell you all about it.
You don’t need special software or plugins to print custom envelopes and mailing labels in OS X. You can handle most of your mailing needs right from the Contacts app. Here’s how to do it.
iOS 8 introduces a quicker way to access your favorite and recent contacts by listing them at the top of the app switcher screen. For users who prefer to keep this information hidden, here’s how to remove favorite and recent contacts from the iOS 8 app switcher.
iOS 7 introduced a nice new feature that displays photos for your contacts in the iPhone’s Favorites list. But this new design only looks good when photos with good image quality are available, and it also takes up precious pixels, causing longer contact names to be truncated. For users who prefer the old Favorites layout sans photos, here’s how to turn it off with a simple option in Settings.
Apple does a good job of providing customers with a unified experience across all devices with iCloud syncing, but one inconsistency that the company has yet to address is iOS Favorites and Mail VIPs. Here’s why (and how) Apple should merge the two features.