Flup is a free online contact manager that enables you to bring all your online social contacts together in one single location. In simple words, you can import all your existing contacts available on social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google, to Flup Account. You do not require to categorize contacts in your Flup Account as this contact organizer helps manage contacts for you.
To get started with Flup, you need to create an account with Flup. The easiest way to sign-up Flup is to hook-up with Facebook Account. Once you have logged in to your Flup Account, the very first page appears is the links to various social networks including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google. You need to click on any of the given links to import contacts from the respective network. This contact organizer incorporates all your contacts imported from different networks.
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In addition, you can also “Follow-Up” with your contacts without signing-up to other social networks. You need to send invites to your contacts in order to add details of contacts to Flup. This contacts organizer also lets you sync Google contacts with Flup. Whenever you add a contact in your Flup account, or modify any Flup contact, this contact organizer automatically updates the same in your Google contacts and vice-versa.
Plus, this free online contact manager, can transfer contacts to mobile by Syncing Google contacts with mobile. It makes your mobile contacts list updated with all your Flup contacts.
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Some Key Features of this Online Contact Manager:
- Organizes all existing contacts
- Incorporates all social media contacts
- Syncs Flup account with Google contacts
- Makes networking simpler
- It’s free
In short, Flup makes networking simple. Once you are through with adding contacts activity, now you are not required to search multiple places to contact people in different social networks. Go ahead and follow online social contacts with Flup contact manager.
Update: The website is not operational anymore. (Mar 06 2013)