Shared contacts enables scopes of Office Manager and higher to add and edit a group of contacts that will be viewable to all users within a domain. All users can view the shared contacts within the contacts page and dock. Viewing and editing shared contacts is currently limited to the Portal only.
Available for a single domain only.
Office Manager scope and higher.
The editing of shared contacts is currently limited to the Portal and is not available for UC Softphone.
Adding Shared Contacts
Log into the Portal with a scope of Office Manager or higher and navigate to the Users page.
Click on the Shared Contacts button close to the top right of the page; as shown below.
Shared contacts will be displayed in a table similar to the way that regular contacts are displayed.
A shared contact can be added by clicking the Add Shared Contact button or by importing. Importing shared contacts uses the same CSV formats as for regular contacts.
Fill out the details of the contact and click Save
Additional shared contacts can be added quickly by using the Save and add another option.
Shared contacts can be edited or deleted using the standard Edit and Delete buttons.
Viewing Shared Contacts
Shared contacts will appear in every user’s contacts and can be seen throughout the Portal and other applications (not including UC Softphone). These contacts behave just like regular contacts but are not editable by scopes lower than Office Manager.
You can view shared contacts by visiting the contacts page or opening the contacts dock. Shared contacts will also appear in other apps like the Attendant Console.
View only shared contacts in the contacts page or dock by clicking the dropdown filter and selecting Shared.
A shared contact will have a special icon next to their name to differentiate it from regular contacts.
Shared contacts can be edited and deleted from the contacts page by scopes of Office Manager and higher.
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