Manage contacts in cloud using Google Contacts

Google's “contact manager” has been constantly updating, and lets you manage contact information in the cloud. Now you can import your contacts from “Outlook, Outlook Express, Hotmail and Yahoo in CSV format, and OS X Address Book in vCard format” and manage them online in Google Contacts. You can even add: website, birthday, date (anniversary), related person (spouse, […]

Google's “contact manager” has been constantly updating, and lets you manage contact information in the cloud. Now you can import your contacts from “Outlook, Outlook Express, Hotmail and Yahoo in CSV format, and OS X Address Book in vCard format” and manage them online in Google Contacts. You can even add: website, birthday, date (anniversary), related person (spouse, domestic partners, assistant) and even custom fields, as some new fields are added. If your organization uses Google Apps, access the standalone contact manager by going to www.google.com/contacts/a/example.com (replace "example.com" with the domain name you use) instead.