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App of the Week: Contactually


The more contacts you have, the harder it can be to keep up with all of them – which lowers their value as contacts. Helping you make the most of all of those is the Contactually app, which manages your contacts to strengthen your relationships.


The solution synchronizes all of your contacts from your various e-mail accounts, as well as social media accounts on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and others, analyzes your relationships, and prompts you to re-engage with important contacts who may have fallen off your radar. It also offers features to help you know exactly how to reconnect, with e-mail templates, contextual clues, and more, and well as to make it easier to share contacts, relationships and updates with the rest of your team.

It works with PCs and Macs, on your desktop, online, and on iPhones and Android devoices.

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