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The Contacts application (or Address Book as previous known) is fairly basic in OS X, with limited functionality and integration. BusyMac have tackled these limitations with the release of BusyContacts, a great new contacts management application that is able to replace Contacts, as well as integrate with most of the popular online address book systems.

With customisable views, rich support for customisation plus integration with Mail, Messaging and Social Media, BusyContacts is well placed to be a flexible and easy to use CRM (Customer Relationship Manager) suitable for both business and personal use.

In this first part of a two part series, I take a look at some of the basics of BusyContacts.

Use the code SCOPROMO for a 20% discount off the standard price of BusyContacts or the BusyCal/BusyContacts bundle at the BusyMac store (Offer expires on 11th June 2015).

The full tutorial covers:

  • Installation and Setup
  • User Interface
  • List View
  • Using the Info Panel
  • Custom Label and Fields
  • Adding Contacts
  • Linking and Merging

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