Add Notes to Contacts
Add descriptions or notes to the contacts.
It will allow to remember how it is or what should I remember when talk to them.
Yes please, I have a bunch of contacts in a group called "xyz company support" but no way of identifying which person is at which client location.
Would be good to be able to add a note to the contact and create a contact card with usual contact card fields.
Martin Jost commented
The note should be visible in the contact list, so I can see (the first line of) these notes, e.g. roles/responsibility/....
yes, when in a large meet with folks you want to quickly save their contact info/email addresses, to be in a team meeting and look up their organization hierarchy and make notes on their functional role as they intro themselves. no fast way to do this is a useful, tool-connected way. Perhaps integration features of active directory?
meanwhile we will spend time trying to scribe them to our notes and missing key letters and points.. It would be a really great timesaver..
This is essential. Note the preferred appelation. Note free times. Note open subjects. Note referral. Note previous communication in another channel.
Would be great
Joseph Labert commented
Such a minor improvement for such a major benefit.
What is the IT cost of this: 1 hr maybe 2?
This would be a great help. We are regularly asked to make a note about certain calls coming in and need to share this with everyone working on the switchboard.
Paula Davies commented
This would be very helpful for transferring external calls to internal contacts. For example, someone may not want any external calls, or just from a specific cold caller, or is not available to take calls between 12-14:00 etc
Jordan Rose commented
This would be a really useful feature.
Pradeep Singh commented
This is an essential feature. Surely there must be an add-in for this.
Wayne Mceachron commented
it's dead here, but I fully support being able to make private notes on each contact. It would be a welcomed feature
Peter McDermott commented
Incredibly surprised there isn't wider support for this.