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What's the best contact management alternative of 'Contactually' for personal use?

I'm looking for a better contact management tool to grow the network, stay in touch and being relevant with past conversation references etc. Contactually did some of this good but it is more geared toward CRM and business use while I am more interested in personal use with the only focus on contact management and a good integration with other mail/calendar/note apps.
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    Folk

    The next generation contact manager

    Jonathan Costet3Marketing & Content Manager · Written
    Jonathan Costet made this product
    I know Contactually for having tried it before discovering Folk. Although Folk works remarkably well for teams, I've also used it for my personal network and it does everything I need from it. Automatic enrichment, deduplication, and reminders, as well as easy-to-organize tags and flows to manage my network in small, bite-size chunks!
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    • Jonathan CostetMarketing & Content Manager

      I've been using Folk in private beta for some time, and I'm glad I can finally tell the world how much of a game-changer it has been for me! Folk saves me a HUGE amount of time: it keeps all my contacts from multiple sources in one place, it automatically deduplicates/enriches/adds email threads to contacts, AND it acts like a CRM but for my network. I had tested many options before, so I'm relieved I won't have to switch tools back-and-forth anymore!

    • David RyanCreator of Corilla.

      New product that instantly made me smile. It fits in between the virtually useless contacts list in Gmail and the distant-feeling CRM in the cloud. Using it made me realise this happy medium of Folk is much quicker for the kind of contact management and outreach most relevant for our company. Plus the overall UX and beautiful UI run rings around the majority of CRMs and contact managers out there.

  2. Saketh Rasakatla8Sr. Digital Marketer · Edited
    This contact management tool is apt for the need mentioned in your question - "personal use with the only focus on contact management and a good integration with other mail/calendar/note apps". With it, you can: Find all your contacts in one place and with actionable data updated in real time. Sync your emails - Office 365, Gmail, Microsoft Exchange. View contact timeline/activity history to stay informed. Track your contacts' web activity and analyze a lead's online behaviour with powerful web analytics. Segment contacts based on custom tags (based on demographic or behavioural attributes, such as industry, job title, location or company size) Sync events and tasks to your calendar and set reminders. These events and tasks could be meetings, follow-up outreach, scheduled phone calls and more. Slice and dice the data based on custom filters. Perform bulk actions to add, update, edit, email or export multiple contacts at once, in a single batch. This saves time and reduces manual errors. Push or pull data from social media platforms, customer support solution, telephone and financial systems. Record and save telephone conversations and leave ringless voicemail drops with Agile CRM's telephony features. Update contact's record socially using their social CRM. Easily create and view service ticket histories and improve your team’s support function through integrations with Zendesk, ClickDesk, HelpScout and LiveHelpNow. Streamline your billing functionality with billing platforms such as FreshBooks, Stripe, Xero and QuickBooks. Create various types of custom fields that allow you to request and store the specific data you need about your contacts. Upload large lists of contacts directly from a .CSV file and import contact lists from another CRM with the help of advanced contact and data sorting tools. Hope I helped! :)
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    Monica

    Open-source CRM to keep track of your friends and family

    Shivek KhuranaStoryteller - Wanderer · Written
    This is more focused towards personal relations. I'm not sure about the integrations, but it's open source. Who knows if some hacker has already built one.
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  4. Enterprising Josh made this product
    Probably the most powerful free CRM on the market right now. See https://www.bitrix24.com/feature...
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  5. Not a CRM but I love this because it is independent from all other systems (so you can switch anytime to another email provider, etc..) they have plugins and apps and they update the contact info for your network whenever it discovers a change. Allows you to tag people too, so you know where you met them (event or mixer) and put notes about them.
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