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Adding contact to a group in email

Hi,

 

Any help appreciated, how do you add a new contact to a current group in address book?

 

Thanks

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Re: Adding contact to a group in email

If you are still on the old email format, from the Inbox page click on Address Book, and on the landing page navigate to the contact you want and check the little box to the left to select it.  Once that's done the toolbar will become active, and you will see "Add to group".  If you are on the new format, you are supposed to be able to drag and drop the contact from the list to the folder in the left pane.  But some people are having trouble with it depending on what browser and OS you are using. If you can't drag and drop, try using the Move button in the toolbar after you check the contact.  It looks like a folder with an arrow in it.




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Re: Adding contact to a group in email

Been using this for years with no problems.  New format will not drag and drop nor will the move function move anything.

 

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