Use labels and values to categorize your address book
Labels are tags you can apply to contacts in order to categorize them the way you want them to be grouped. For instance, in the case of an work title, you could create a label called "seller" and then assign this to the contacts you want.
Multiple labels can be attached to contacts (for instance one label identifying the work title AND one label identifying the location/city) to help organize the addressbook. Once you make this is a habit you'll find it's a breeze to find what you need in your addressbook.
To take it to an extra level, we have made it possible to put values on their labels. With the help of this, it opens for even better searches, but also the ability to use these as variables in personalized message texts. For example, think of a label for a place, but which simultaneously indicates the location of the contact. A search for instance "place=stockholm" will present all contacts with this label and its value.
All labels can be used as variables in message text that are going to be dispatched. By taking the above example with the label, we can create a message like "Hello dear customer, we will come to your place %place% for a visit.". In the actual message that reach the mobile phone of the contact it will show message with the place stored as value in the contact eg. Stockholm.
With our import tool you can import contacts from the clipboard or from file including names and labels / values.
Another advantage using labels and values is to use our URL shortener function. By create a message with following text it will generate a message with a short url which hiding the actual provided web resource eg. campaigns, voting and inquires etc.