Free Video Tutorial: Cardhop on the Mac - Apple Mac, iPad & iPhone Tutorials from ScreenCastsOnline

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Creating and organizing your contacts is a very important piece of the productivity puzzle. Apple's Contacts does a fairly good job with this, but what if you want to do more?

In this episode, Todd takes a look at Cardhop for the Mac. This excellent app from Flexibits has a number of features that make it a joy to use. It supports natural language parsing and incorporates many useful tools to help you take control of your contacts.

The full tutorial covers:

  • Installation and Setup [00:01:39]
  • Interface Overview [00:04:49]
  • Customizing Cardhop [00:07:30]
  • Editing Existing Contacts [00:12:29]
  • Adding New Contacts [00:14:44]
  • Setting Up Groups [00:17:30]
  • Smart Groups for Organization [00:19:21]
  • Adding Directories [00:20:23]
  • Performing Actions [00:21:26]
  • Quick Actions [00:26:05]
  • Widgets [00:27:32]
  • Start Email or Meeting from Cardhop [00:29:13]
  • Sharing Your Contacts [00:30:23]

App Store Links:

Cardhop - Mac App Store

Show Links:

Cardhop - Help Book

Cardhop - Tips and Tricks

Video Tutorial Comments

(1 comments posted)

Kurt Werstein

Somewhere along the line, my iCloud contacts "database" duplicated (almost?) all of my contacts entries. I assumed I would be easily able to remedy this with a utility, like 'Cardhop'. When I went digging, here is what I found regarding 'Cardhop':

Does Cardhop have a way to merge duplicate contacts?
No, but the built-in macOS Contacts app has this feature. Open Contacts, then select the Card menu > Look for Duplicates...

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