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Cardfile Question

Cardfile Question

Cardfile Question

As an old (since Sidekick 2) user, there has always been one feature I would have wanted and I wonder if others have figured a way to do this.  It would have been nice if there were some way to add "sub-cards" under a single card.  For example, for the clients I deal with, there are a number of people in each company that each have different direct phone lines, email addresses, etc.

So for Company XYZ, I deal with Joe, John, Jim, Frank, Bob, etc.  Consequently, I have the same company card listed a number of times to reflect the number of individuals I deal with.  It would have been nice to have a single card for the company, after which going to that card there was a sub-menu of individual cards.  I may be wrong but I believe ACT may have allowed for this (i.e., several different individuals under one company card).

I was wondering how do other Sidekick users deal with this.  I guess one way would be to add a bunch of extra fields under a single company card.



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