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Overview single list view


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You can access a list by tapping on a list in the Lists and Groups view.

A list contains people who are assigned to it automatically by criteria you defined. List are the perfect way for a cross-contact-analysis. They make visible who has common interests, hobbies, likes, dislikes and friends.

Inside the single list view you can delete contacts, access and quick rate them. Premium user can also convert a list into a group.

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Following information are displayed

  • contact photo of the list members
  • first name and last name of the group members
  • your contact rating


Features and functions


(1) leave view

Where to tap
Lists and Groups View

Tap on the “arrow” to return to the lists and groups view.


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(2) create group (premium)

Where to tap
Three dot menu
New Group Popup
Group name typed in
Group description typed in
List view after Create

Tap on the “three dot” symbol and on “create group” to create a group with the contacts from this list. Type a name and description and tap on “CREATE” to proceed or “CANCEL” to abort. If you are not a premium user the Premium Pop up will be displayed.

The group allows you to manually add or remove member in a second step.


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(3) sort options

Where to tap
Sort options
Sorted list

Tap on "Sort by" to sort your contacts. ContactShip App offers you an additional sort option: The creation date. This means that the app sorts your contacts in the order in which you created them. This allows you to find your newest entries directly. Other sort options are first name and last name.




(4) quick contact rating

Where to tap
Quick rating displayed
Rated contact

Tap on the "arrow" symbol next to a contact to rate it. The quick rating allows you to rate your relation to a person with two taps regardless of your personal status/social closeness to each other. This is a complete new dimension of working with your contacts. Point out “red flags” and people you love to hang out with in this easy way.


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(5) open single contact

Where to tap
Single Contact View

Tap on the picture or the name of a person to open the single contact view. Here you can manage all the information about that person. If you close the single contact by tapping “X” you will return to the contact list.


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(6) show quick add info

Where to tap
Plus button displayed
Quick add popup

Slide a contact left and tap on “plus” to open the quick add popup. Here you can quickly add a contact detail or a description for the person.


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(7) show delete contact

Where to tap
Remove button displayed
Remove popup
Contact removed from group

Slide a contact right and tap the “trash” symbol to remove it. If you confirm the contact will be marked “as old” and will disappear in your contact list view. The contact will also be removed from your local address book.


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