Shared Contacts for Gmail

Shared Contacts for Gmail

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Shared Contacts for Gmail


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Bug free, easy to use

8 out of 10
June 12, 2021
As part of one of our organization's big acquisitions, we inherited a business unit that is a majority Google shop. Amongst the various …
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Contact made EASIER.

10 out of 10
May 28, 2021
Shared Contacts [for Gmail] is a company wide used system. It allows an easier access to all information and supports with the …
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What is Shared Contacts for Gmail?

Shared Contacts for Gmail enables Google Workspace (G-Suite) & Gmail users to create, manage, share team address books (labels) from anywhere (Gmail, Google Contacts, Mobile phones etc.).

Define access permissions exactly like you would do with a Google Doc:

  • View Only
  • Edit
  • Delete permission
  • Re-share
  • Transfer of ownership

Access contacts shared from anywhere in a workspace (Gmail, Google Contacts, Calendar, Mobile phones etc.).

  • See the relevant information of senders and recipients when you compose or receive an email (like with a CRM):
  • Email, Phone, Company, Job Title
  • Notes added to the contact
  • Previous interactions you had with this contact

Shared Contacts for Gmail aims to boost productivity of all Gmail and Google Workspace, previously known as G Suite, users, by providing a solution to a huge problem that Gmail and Google Workspace do not solve: i.e. the ability to share contacts and contact groups. The vendor states it helps users become more effective while collaborating in real-time.

Shared Contacts for Gmail is built to enhance Gmail, Google Contacts, Google Drive, Calendar, your mobile contacts app etc. to include contact sharing features without need to use a third party tool.

It offers a 15-Day Free Trial [no CC required] to try and see how it can help teams.

Shared Contacts for Gmail Features

  • Supported: Create shared address books from everywhere
  • Supported: Define access permissions in your organization
  • Supported: Share contacts from your mailbox
  • Supported: Share and synchronize contacts from Google Contacts
  • Supported: Unlimited sharing of contacts and contact groups
  • Supported: Mobile/Tablet & Outlook sync
  • Supported: Permissions Management
  • Supported: Live Chat and Email Support
  • Supported: Sharing with external domains
  • Supported: Instant Synchronization
  • Supported: Advanced logging and security features
  • Supported: Unlimited Contact Backup
  • Supported: Web App, Gmail Add-on and Chrome Extension

Shared Contacts for Gmail Screenshots

Screenshot of Easily set the access permissions while sharing your Google ContactsScreenshot of Sync your shared contacts with just a clickScreenshot of Share contacts with ease

Shared Contacts for Gmail Video

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Shared Contacts for Gmail Technical Details

Deployment TypesSaaS
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android
Supported CountriesGlobal
Supported LanguagesFrench, English, German


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Score 10 out of 10
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It stacks up pretty well against Google Drive. I would say that Shared Contacts works hand in hand with Drive and they are both equally important to Gmail as a whole. I don't know if I could do my job without Shared Contacts or Google Drive. Both [are] such amazing products.
Score 6 out of 10
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Verified User
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Shared Contacts for Gmail is amazing to use when you need a lot of contact information on the go. If there's a medium level organization that needs a contact network that is easily accessible for remote work. I wouldn't recommend this for organizations whos works are based on leads and immediate revenue.
Score 8 out of 10
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Verified User
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Shared Contacts for Gmail has better compatibility with most every OS and device type with very few exceptions. There were some compatibility issues with Azure and Apple iOS based end points/devices. But comparatively, I personally have used all OS and device types. If comparing between Microsoft, Apple, and Google, I found Google-based platforms have the least number of bugs and upgrade issues. Same goes with this platform as well.
Score 10 out of 10
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My company used Zendesk Sell for a while, but the profiles weren't as manageable and easy accessed as Shared Contacts [for Gmail.] It resulted easier to update the contact information within Shared Contacts [for Gmail] and maintain the contact flow, than updating in Zendesk, and then manually go into gmail and continue the conversation. As well we don't use Shared Contacts [for Gmail] alone. We do accompany it with an internal operations system, were we manage the clients profile, but the combination between the two is perfect.
Score 10 out of 10
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This product is much better because we can share more precisely within our team. Cornerstone permissions were difficult to share vendors with all of our team members. It's all or none and not categories of information. For example, I may want our technicians to have access to vendor information about our outside laboratory and our client service team doesn't need that. With Cornerstone and QuickBooks it was all or none.