Apple World Today Video Tip: How to find contacts with Spotlight

Apple World Today Video Tip: How to find contacts with Spotlight

Tired of having to scroll through hundreds of names in contacts if you’re looking for someone’s phone number or email address? In today’s Apple World Today short video tip, we’ll show you how to use Spotlight on the Mac, iPhone, and iPad to make quick work of getting contact information.

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How to use your ‘me’ contact card in macOS High Sierra’s Contacts

How to use your ‘me’ contact card in macOS High Sierra’s Contacts

macOS High Sierra’s Contacts app automatically creates a contact card for you—called your me card—when you set up your Mac. Information on your card, such as your name, email address, or picture (if you add one), can be used in other apps, such as Mail or Safari. If you add a nickname to your card, Siri uses your nickname instead of your first name.

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60-Second Tip: Assigning photos to contacts

60-Second Tip: Assigning photos to contacts

When I receive a phone call from a friend or relative, I like to be able to see at a glance who it is who's calling. To make the process of identification incredibly easy, it's nice to have that contact's face show up on my screen. In today's 60-Second Tip, I'll show you how to assign photos to your contacts. 

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