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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Josef Roesler, Jul 11, 2017.

  1. Josef Roesler

    Josef Roesler Lurker
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    When I create a contact, I have the option to add it to a group. That would be great, but when I do, I never see the group anywhere to actually do anything with it. I added three people to a new group I made called Sailing. I don't know these three people so I am not likely to remember their names in the near future, but I need to be able to call them. So it's great that I can add them to a folder named after the only way I know them. Except there is no way to locate the group. It's not at the top of my contacts before the letter A. It's not in the contacts under the letter S...So what's the point?


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  2. Best Answer:
    Post #3 by Nick The Great, Jul 12, 2017 (1 points)

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  3. tommo47

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    If the S7 setup is the same as my HTC devices the Group tab has to be enabled to be accessible.

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  4. Nick The Great

    Nick The Great Well-Known Member

    That's one of my biggest gripes about this phone. You can find the groups if you enter through the "Contacts" app, under the three dot menu there's a contacts thing.

    I looked a little bit, but can't find any option that tommo posted of in Post #2.
  5. Josef Roesler

    Josef Roesler Lurker
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    Well that seems to be the answer and it's close enough, as stupid as it is of them to make it that way. I have a Contacts icon in my Edge menu, so that makes it pretty quick. Thanks.

    Maybe someone else will respond with a better way to do it?
    #4 Josef Roesler, Jul 12, 2017
    Last edited: Jul 13, 2017
  8. Josef Roesler

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    Why do you keep repeating the same thing? It didn't make sense the first time.

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