I wish to start using Google Contacts. Right now, it has almost 1,000 e-mails and it's a mess.

I would love to know of any suggested extensions (online/offline) for Google Contacts that can enhance and ease my transition.

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  • Why or what would you need a google contacts extension for? Could you think of some specific functionality that the site does not offer? – thunderror Aug 18 '10 at 6:50
  • Are any of your contacts and emails likely to be duplicates of the same person? If so Contacts has a built-in duplicate checker using the "Find Duplicates" button on the right-hand side of the home screen, or by ticking two or more contacts and selecting Merge These Contacts. – GAThrawn Aug 18 '10 at 10:12
  • Simple example - I have contacts in Hebrew, English, and Jibrish. If there was some way for me to correct the Jibrish ones that would be nice. – Tal Galili Aug 19 '10 at 1:29

I think what you need is a service to manage your contacts and feed them into Google Contacts. I use MemoToo to manage all of my contacts and to make sure I do not have dups between losts of services including Facebook, LinkedIn and others.

You can read my post on how to make sure all your contacts are in sync.

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