Free Video Tutorial: Tip - Business Cards in Cardhop - Apple Mac, iPad & iPhone Tutorials from ScreenCastsOnline

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Todd shows you in this screencast how to work with business cards in Cardhop for iOS. Anyone who has collected business cards knows how tedious it can be to enter them manually and get them to your preferred contact manager. Here you learn how to scan business cards into Cardhop and have the app parse the information, as well as create your personal digital business cards that can be easily shared.

The full tutorial covers:

  • Start [00:00:00]
  • Business Card Scanning [00:00:39]
  • Scans That Need Editing [00:03:22]
  • Sharing a Digital Business Card [00:05:13]
  • Include and Exclude Fields [00:06:36]
  • Landscape VIew & Sharing [00:06:58]
  • Wrap Up [00:07:29]

App Store Links:

Cardhop - iOS App Store

Show Links:

Business Card Scanning in Cardhop

Video Tutorial Comments

(3 comments posted)

Gary Pope

Todd - My wife and I used to go to a number of conventions each year, and each time we collected quite a few business cards. I often write additional information on the back of a business card, perhaps a note about a specific matter we discussed, or a recommendation made by that person. Can you flip the card over and scan the back the card to add an image of those notes to information already captured, or is there a "Note" category where one can manually add that additional information to what's already collected and categorized? Thanks for making this video - if others are like us, then we all have too many business cards in our wallets, purses, brief cases or desk drawers to make effective use of them.

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Todd Olthoff

Thanks for the comment. No there isn’t a back side scanning option but there is a notes section where you can put whatever you have a on the back of the card along with other information related to the contact. Glad this was helpful!

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Todd Olthoff

Thanks for the comment. No there isn’t a back side scanning option but there is a notes section where you can put whatever you have a on the back of the card along with other information related to the contact. Glad this was helpful!

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