Google Contacts [New Contact] One-Click Entry & Form Entry for Single & Multiple Contacts
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I would like a tool/gadget that will allow me to simply right-click on an email address within Gmail and a Web Page which will allow me to add a contact to Google Contacts. Currently within Gmail this is not very easy to do (and you are at the mercy of Google Intelligence as to what is placed in the Contact) and to check it you need to get out of the email message, go into Google Contacts and find the contact so it really takes time away from the email message when I simply want to stay in the message, be assured the contact is created the way I would like it and then move on.
FOR THE RIGHT-CLICK:
The Fields I am looking for since I would call this a Simple Google Contacts Add are: FirstName, LastName, Company, Title, EmailAddress and to have the option of placing Address, City, State, Zip, Phone if the information is available. I am wondering if this could be triggered through the right-click and be one of the menu items that calls this gadget.
FOR THE FORM/GADGET:
I have successfully created a Google Form which populates a Google Spreadsheet and then by running a Zapier Zap I have the Google Spreadsheet triggered to populate Google Contacts through the addition of a new entry. I would like to see the same fields however I want to be able to trigger this form when I want it so I can add a contact at any time through a simple quick trigger. Maybe the "Right-Click" could be the same and achieve the same thing here with a simple form popping up to add the contact. The problem with Gmail is that it doesn't allow you to add or correct the data before it gets added unless you go into Google Contacts. I want to do this from a simple quick mechanism (1) Right-click (2) Small Simple Form/Gadget (3) Submit.
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONALITY (IF POSSIBLE)
Added functionality that would be useful to me would be to (1) automatically pull in the data from the Email or Webpage I click on and auto-populate the fields, fill-in the other fields and then hit submit. Here is an example of a tool (Google Gadget) that seems to have figured out how to nicely extract Email addresses & Phone numbers so it can clearly be done: [url removed, login to view] (2) To be able to run through an entire email or webpage (by right-clicking) and pull all the information similar to infoNinja and then send it to create new Google Contacts.
Outside of the Main Fields to create a new Google Contact I want to be able to have each of these newly created contacts placed into a similar group so I am aware of their creation (ie..Google Groups). Being able to choose this (through some sort of settings) would help me push the contacts where I want them to go. For now I suppose this is enough however maybe in a separate request, if this is successful, I will ask to be able to see the contact info already in the Google Contact record and to be able to edit/modify and add additional information to the contact. Also I have some systems that add to the contact information that I would like to synchronize better between them.
GOOGLE CONTACTS API - MAIN WEBSITE:
Here is the main website to understand the Google Contacts API's: [url removed, login to view]
If you have any questions please let me know. This is the simple instructions for creating a Google Form from a Google Spreadsheet that I used: [url removed, login to view] then with Zapier I create a Zap that updates the spreadsheet into Google Contacts. Too many steps and too many moving parts.
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