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Address Book

Add Contacts to Your Address Book

The address book allows you to save your contacts and easily invite them to web meetings. There are two ways to add contacts: either manually one-by-one, or batch import from a .csv file.

Adding a Contact Manually

  1. From your Meetings tab, select “Address book” from the menu on the left.
  2. Click “Create new”.

  1. Fill in your contact’s Name, Email, Phone, Extension and Mobile numbers.
  2. Select the “Invite e-mail language” from the list of available languages.
  3. Click “Save”.

Import Contacts via .csv file

If you have a large number of contacts you would like to add it is best to import them all in one go. To do this:

  1. Prepare your .csv file with a user on each line formatted as follows:
  • Email, Address, Name: “”, “John Doe”
  1. Click the “Import” button.
  2. Click “Upload .csv”, select the .csv file you wish to import and click “Open”.
  3. A list containing all the recognised contacts in the .csv file will be displayed.
  4. Click “Import Contacts” to import all displayed contacts.

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  1. Adrian


    I was wondering if there is any way of bulk importing contacts from CSV that are already public. At the moment I’ve had to import a list of 400 contacts that everyone needs and they are all private. Also there is no bulk edit of their common properties.

    As you can imagine – scroll, click save, x 400 times – is a little tedious.

    Any solution would be greatly appreciated.

    February 25, 2016 at 2:03 am Reply