I would like to see quick jump links to the first letter of last names in the top bar. A B C D E F G...
Well, I found it! In the advanced search for Contacts you can choose First name starts with "P" or you letter. I got to P before I figures it out, but now we know.
Additionally when i look at all my contacts i would like it an additionally view where these contacts are added instead of double clicking on the name. Once my clients have finished i put them in alumni status. They then move out of the files of prospective clients. By double clicking to see which folders they are in is very time consuming. Also i would like a bar at the top a-z Also if you can not to the viewing of email list at least add color code selections so i know which contact file they are in As always feel free to contact me Concealed Carry Safety for Personal Defense Inc
Thanks for posting! If you click to View all of your lists we do give you the option to "Favorite" the lists you would like to see listed first. Does this help?
I would like a search box above the contacts list where I can type in a specific name and the list be able to pull it up. Currently I am having to go through each page trying to get to the last names that start with the letter H and it is taking forever.
It would be more user friendly to have the page arrows at the top of the contact lists rather than at the bottom of the list. If I want to scroll alphabetically, I have to page down to the bottom, hit the arrow key, which puts me at the top of the next page. I then have to repeat this process for each page.
It would be helpful to have a clickable alpha index when viewing all contacts. Just the letter so you can quickly go to all contacts within a letter. i.e. A B C D etc.
Perhaps displaying an alphabet at the top of the contacts list so that I can jump to the contacts that begin with "S" by clicking on that letter without having to scroll through A through S.
At this time we do not have a way to navigate in that way, however this is great feedback and we have passed it along to our engineers. Currently, what you can do to work around this is use the 'Advanced Search' functionality under Contacts toward the left, and use the criteria 'Email Address Starts With A', or which ever letter you're looking for. I hope this is helpful.
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