How to: set primary fields, adjust/customize labels, and get immediate actions on contacts
How can I set a primary phone number, email address, and/or location for a contact?
In Contacts+ for Web, click Edit in the upper right-hand corner, then drag/drop contact information to make it primary (to note: you can only drag/drop when there is more than one phone number, job title, email address, etc.).
When you drag your cursor over the briefcase, phone, email etc. icon or the
will appear; use the hand to drag + drop contact info in the order you prefer.
In Contacts+ for Gmail, click Edit button to bring up the Edit screen for a contact.
The information that shows up first is the primary. If you want to change address, phone number, and/or email address to primary, you can move it by clicking and holding/moving the dots that show up next to the label when you hover over with your mouse.
Once you have the order you would like selected, click the Save button at the bottom to go back to the contact.
How can I adjust labels for my contacts?
If you need to adjust the labels for your contacts, we suggest using Contacts+ for Web or Contacts+ for Mac.
In Contacts+ for Web, click on Edit in the upper right-hand corner, then click the drop-down arrow next to any label to adjust it.
In Contacts+ for Mac, click on Edit in the upper right-hand corner, then click the up-down arrow next to any label to adjust it.
In Contacts+ for iOS, click on Settings (homepage) -> Contact items -> tap to choose/change the default label.
In Contacts+ for Android, click on the Settings gear -> click Contact items.
In Contacts+ for Gmail, click on the label and a drop-down list with available options will appear.
Keep in mind that in Contacts+ for iOS and Contacts+ for Android, you can't change the label for a specific contact; however, per the screenshots above, you can change the general labels.
Can I add custom fields?
Yes, when adjusting the label, choose custom/other to make your own label.
How do I get immediate actions on a contact in Contacts+ for iOS/Contacts+ for Android?
In Contacts+ for iOS, swiping to the right on a contact (from left to right) will give you immediate actions, which include calling, calling via Facetime, video via FaceTime, sending a message, sending an email, etc.
In Contacts+ for Android, clicking the button next to the contact will give you immediate actions, which include calling, sending a message, sending an email, etc.