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While editing a contact, if you need to enter a field that is not showing by default, click the add field popup menu on the bottom of the info panel and choose a field to add. If you want to show the field by default, you can add it in Info Panel Preference. Action menu The Action menu appears on the bottom right corner of the Info Panel. It allows you to perform several actions for the selected contact, including sending an email or instant message, initiating an audio or video chat via FaceTime or Skype, creating a new linked event in BusyCal, or sending your vCard to the contact via Mail or Messages.

You can control-click or right-click on one or more contacts to display a contextual menu with the following functions: Get Info — Opens a floating info panel for the selected contacts.

Edit Contact — Switches to Edit mode. Address Book — Allows you to move the contact s to a different Address Book. Tags — Allows you apply Tags to the selected contacts. Flag — Allows you to Flag or unflag the selected contacts.

Send Separate Emails — Creates a separate email addressed to each of the selected contacts. Send Blind Email — Creates a single email addressed to all of the selected contacts as blind carbon copies.

Tag is Mavericks and not Yosemite Show all contacts that are tagged Mavericks and not tagged Yosemite. Select the address books you wish to show or hide by checking them in the left sidebar. Select New Smart Filter from the Filter menu. Check “Remember visible address books” and give the filter a name, like “Work”, and click OK. The new filter will be added to the Filter bar, and clicking on it will display the address book set.

You can create multiple List View formats e. Switch to List View and customize the number of columns shown and the sort order. A button will appear on the Filter Bar, and clicking it will display the custom view. Get Info — Opens a floating info panel for the selected contacts.

Edit Contact — Switches to Edit mode. Address Book — Allows you to move the contact s to a different Address Book. Tags — Allows you apply Tags to the selected contacts. Flag — Allows you to Flag or unflag the selected contacts. Send Separate Emails — Creates a separate email addressed to each of the selected contacts. Send Blind Email — Creates a single email addressed to all of the selected contacts as blind carbon copies.

Send Email — Creates a single email addressed to all of the selected contacts. The Activity List shows a chronological listing of activities associated with the selected contact. Activities are arranged into the following sections: Calendar Events — A list of calendar events in BusyCal that include the selected contact as a meeting participant, or linked contact. BusyCal is required for displaying Calendar Events.

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BusyCal adds a new Confidential privacy setting to hide events on shared calendars on CalDAV servers , provides a preference to turn off the Dock badge count, and ensures that month separation is automatically highlighted when scrolling between months. BusyContacts gains significant sync speed improvements when working with Google Contacts, improves search to work with partial keywords, and fixes drag-and-drop with Mail so that it correctly attaches to a vCard. Email Address.

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It has been accused of being clunky, outdated and technically deficient with synchronisation problems being reported far more often than Apple would like. Even with the visual improvements made in Yosemite, the synchronisation problems have left people in general looking for alternatives. So what have they been able to feature in this release that sets it above the competition? You can filter contacts, create saved searches and save your own customisable views. I fall into the former category.

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