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Go to Cardhop's Settings > Actions to select which browser, mail, map and Twitter app to complete actions in. Most popular apps are supported by Cardhop.
Mail /groupname subject into Cardhop's search bar and complete the action in your default mail app. For example,
Mail /London Drinks tonight? will open your mail app and create an email to all the contacts in the group called 'London' with the title 'Drinks tonight?' in the subject line.
Just type 'Call' (or tap the phone button above the keyboard) followed by the number you wish to call. You'll then be prompted to complete the call in the iOS Phone app.
Yes, either dial your voicemail number directly in Cardhop, or add your voicemail number to Cardhop as a contact.
Cardhop will default to the most recently used line to dial contacts. Due to iOS restrictions, Cardhop is unable to allow users to choose which line to dial from. However, you can set a specific line override for a contact in the Phone or Contacts apps. Then your iPhone will always use that line when calling the contact, even if you dial the contact from Cardhop.
Google Contacts labels do not sync with groups on macOS or iOS. This is a limitation in Google's CardDAV support. However, groups you create on your Google account in Cardhop will sync between all of your Mac and iOS devices.
In contrast to other contact services, Exchange only allows a contact to be in one group at a time. Cardhop on iOS shows this by making each Exchange group appear as a separate account rather than a group.
iOS does not share account names with apps, so Cardhop is unable to automatically show you the name of your account from the iOS Settings app. However, you can rename your accounts in Cardhop.
Once you have named your accounts you will see these account names used throughout Cardhop.
You may see an authorization error when trying to add a G Suite account to Cardhop. This is due to a change Google made to how third-party apps connect to your G Suite account (on November 4, 2019).
You need to choose to trust Cardhop as a whitelisted app in your G Suite admin panel. To do this, open your G Suite admin panel and select Security > API Permissions > Contacts. Select Cardhop for iOS and click the three-dot icon on the right and choose Trust. You can also refer to Google's help pages for more info.
If your G Suite admin needs Cardhop's OAuth client ID to add it as a trusted app, the client ID is
Cardhop uses the G Suite Admin API to search for other users in your organization's contact directory. Cardhop only has read-only access to this information, it is unable to make any changes to the organization settings. Directory information is only available through the G Suite Admin API, so without this access Cardhop is unable to lookup contacts stored in your organization's directory.
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