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How To Customize Fields In Contact Cards In AstroContacts

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AstroContacts allows you to customize the fields in contact cards by allowing IT admins to rename, rearrange, and set their visibility on the app as well as in the console.

This feature helps ensure that all business details on the contact card do not get automatically synced with the native phonebook app through AstroContacts.

Steps to change the visibility of fields on contact cards

1. Log into AstroContacts Web Console.

2. Go to the Account Settings tab.

3. On the Account Settings page, click Visibility.

4. Under Show On Console and Show On Device on the Visibility page, check (or uncheck) the contact card fields you wish to show or hide. 

If the box corresponding to a field is unchecked, that particular field will not reflect under the console or device. For example, if the Visibility checkbox under Show On Device is unchecked for Job Title, the app user will not find Job Title on any contact card.

5. Click Apply Changes to complete.

Note: First Name is a mandatory field and hence cannot be hidden.


Steps to rearrange fields in contact cards

1. Log into AstroContacts Web Console.

2. Go to the Account Settings tab.

3. On the Account Settings page, click Visibility.

4. On the Visibility page,  click, hold, and drag the fields to rearrange them in the desired order.

Note: Fields rearrangement can be done only within the category. For example, a field under Address cannot be moved under Contact.


Steps to rename fields in contact cards

1. Log into AstroContacts Web Console.

2. Go to the Account Settings tab.

3. On the Account Settings page, click Visibility.

4. Now, click the edit icon beside the field that needs renaming.

5. On the prompt, enter a name and click Save.

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Updated on July 16, 2020

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