You can add contacts individually or also bulk upload your contacts. You can also manage your address book by creating groups for specific calls so that you can quickly invite a regular list of contacts to a team meeting, for example. This can be done in two ways.


The first way to add an individual contact, import your contacts using your Google account, *CSV file or vCard, (or also edit and delete contacts), is from the Address Book directly. This can be accessed via the 'Menu' at the top right of your account, and then selecting 'Address Book'.


You only need to select the Address Book and then click on the blue 'Add' bar, from there you can choose to add a single contact, import the contacts from your Google account, or upload a vCard or *CSV file. You can also create, edit and delete a group from here.

*Note: the CSV (Comma Separated Value) file should contain the headings: 'First Name', 'Last Name', and 'E-mail Address''



To edit or delete a contact, simply select the contact from the list and click on either the edit or delete button.

Creating a Group:
Once in your address book, simply click on the 'Add Group' button. Then on the right, you will see two fields appear - under 'Name' enter the name you want your group to be called. In the box under 'Members', you can either begin typing the name of one of your contacts and then select it as it appears. Or if you click on the box you will see a list of all your contacts and you will be able to click on any of them to add to your group.

Once you have added all the members of your group, be sure to click on 'Save' at the bottom right of the screen.

The second way to upload your contacts is while scheduling a call. On the 'Invite People' page, Click Add (+) and you will be given the option to add an individual contact, import the contacts from your Google contacts, or upload a vCard or CSV file. From here, you’ll be guided through the upload process. If you experience any problems please contact our support team by clicking “Help” in the Menu of your account.