Adding and Updating a Contact Video Tutorial
Adding a Contact
Add a Contact
Pick a group like Apple Employees, tap on View List in the upper right corner.
The +New contact button is the fastest way to add a contact directly to a group. Tap +New contact.
This page will pop up, and it will allow us to create a contact to add a first name, the last name, and a phone number to contact this person.
Add a Tag
We can also push the tag button.
And add a company tag if we wanted to or birthday or any other piece of information we think we should. I'll add Apple.
Store to device
We can also choose to store this back to our iPhone, iPad, or other contact book or device that we're on by pushing this toggle and flipping that on. Or if you want the contact to stay in Hit Em Up, keep it off. So that's totally up to you.
We're going to click Add contact to recipients
View added Contact
The newly added contact will automatically show in the group.
Updating a Contact
Edit a Contact
Swipe on contact and push Edit to edit a contact.
You will see the picture that's stored in our contact book. It will show us the groups they're in.
Add contact to other groups
We can add the contact to other groups by tapping +New List.
Select the group and tap Save.
Tap Save to set these groups to the contact and the changes made.
Add another Tag
To add another tag to a person, such as a birthday, we can set the birthday to Sunday, October 24th.
Tap save to commit those changes.
View Other Groups
If you go back to the contact, click on one of the other groups he is in, like Real Estate Buyers.
You can quickly jump and see that he is now in that group as well.
Edit a Number
If you go back to other groups and let's say you're sending to the wrong number, like Tim Cook.
You can push the Edit button.
Choose a number to which it's being sent. You can dynamically switch to any other destination you want to send to. Tap Save.
You'll see that it updated the phone number to which it's being sent.
So, that's modifying contacts in Hit Em Up.
You can also update contacts directly in your contact book, which is Apple for iOS or Gmail contacts for Android. 🙂