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How Mac experts deal with their contacts

Lex Friedman | Jan. 17, 2014
Used to be, people maintained literal personal phonebooks. Books into which they scrawled the names, numbers, and addresses of their friends and family members. Those were dark times.

To make your contacts appear predictably, you need to know where you're storing them. Explore alternative apps that don't create their own databases, but that &like Cobook — make working with your existing address book more efficient. Also, avoid adding contacts via the Mac's Contacts app when possible; it just takes too many clicks.

 

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