Store all your addresses in one place with conXt. Thank us later.

Organize all your contacts with the conXt online address bookI store contact information in a lot of different places like my phone, my computer, in Outlook and in my trusty leather-bound address book. It’s always an inconvenience when I look up someone’s name, only to find I have two different addresses for them in two different places. 


With a new online address management system called conXt, I made be able to solve this problem. 


ConXt
makes it easy to organize contact information in one place on the web.
You start by signing up for a free account and then can import contact
information directly from Outlook, Yahoo, Hotmail, Gmail and Facebook,
or request that conXt send emails directly to people you want
information from. 


conXt contact management system

Once
you have people’s information saved, you can categorize, tag, mark
birthdays, and do whatever you need to do to stay organized. ConXt also
will send out physical mail on your behalf and print the addresses for
you. Nice to keep in mind for the holiday card process that is
frighteningly right around the corner. 


Right now, there is no mobile app, but I am told it is in
the works, which will be a very welcome addition to an even more
organized contacts list. Anything that will eradicate the need for
keeping addresses in four different locales is worth a try. -Jeana

Manage all your contacts in one place with conXt.

Jeana Lee Tahnk is a prolific tech writer, crafty mom, and fan of any products that make it easier to raise three children.

2 Comments

  • Reply December 2, 2012

    Gloria

    Now that you have helped us secure our contacts, how about screen names and passwords. Do you have a password vault you like/especially recommend? Help!

  • Reply December 4, 2012

    Eric

    Hi Gloria,

    Give 1password a try: https://agilebits.com/onepassword

    You download it on your various devices and it will keep track of your passwords for you. It will even generate super strong ones that you wouldn’t bother to try to remember and then it fills in the password info for you when you go to a site to log in. Works on PC, mac, ipad, phone, android.

    It’s not free, though – about $50/year. There are so free ones out there, but this one seems to offer the most.

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