When you create a new label in Google Contacts, you don’t want to wait before it displays in your Shared Contacts for Gmail® (SCG) dashboard, because accessing information in real-time is crucial for all organisations.
Let’s have a look at an example; Michael created and shared a contact label called “America” in his Google Contact Manager, however it has not yet been reflected in his Shared Contacts for Gmail® dashboard.
To create your shared labels, we highly recommend creating them within the Shared Contacts for Gmail® app, as it will synchronize with Google instantly. When you create a new label, it will reflect in your dashboard in the next 5 minutes.
Normally, Shared Contacts for Gmail® retrieves users’ Google labels every 15 minutes. However, if users would like to activate the procedure, simply go into the app and click on the sync button.
Time needed: 1 minute.
If for some reason, you like to create labels from your Google Contact interface and want to activate a synchronization manually in SCG, follow these simple steps:
Follow all the prompts. The page will subsequently reload and take users to Google Contacts Dashboard.
This icon on the top right hand corner, exhibits that the chrome extension has been integrated successfully.
In the search bar provided, add all the collaborators you would like to share this label with, and hit “Share”.
We recommend manually activating a sync when your newly created Google Contact labels have not appeared.
It is important to remember, the speed of synchronisation depends on circumstances such as the number of contacts you are sharing or adding into a label, as well as the number of collaborators you are sharing the label with.
However, if you want your changes to be synchronized instantly, we recommend creating and updating your labels through our Web or mobile application.
Congratulations! We hope this tutorial helped and that your labels are syncing smoothly! If you want your changes to be synchronized instantly, we recommend creating and updating your labels through our Web or mobile application.