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I am trying to use Outlook.

GROUPS has been changed recently, (April 2013)

You can no longer select a contact and the go to Manage groups, and the little drop down 'v' next to All has disappeared.

How do i now select a contact, and see which groups they are in? At the moment it seems i can only go to a GROUP and see who's in it?

I have over 50 groups, it's impossible to search through every single one looking for the contact i need to amend.

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I would say this is not a duplicate, since the problem to be solved is "find what groups a contact is in". – Al E. Jun 1 '13 at 12:36
@Claire: Your assessment seems to be correct. Using Chrome I don't see any way to see what groups a contact is in from the contact record. This seems to be a design flaw on Microsoft's part. – Al E. Jun 1 '13 at 14:47

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