What is a VCard?
vCard, also known as VCF (Virtual Contact File), is a file format standard for electronic business cards. vCards can be attached to e-mail messages, sent via Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), on the World Wide Web, instant messaging, NFC or through QR code.
How do you open a Vcard?
Windows users can open vCards with Windows Contacts and Microsoft People (bundled with Windows) and Microsoft Outlook (an email client included with Microsoft Offlk \or the third-party Flexibits Cardhop app. Vcards can also be imported into Goj-
To cover most users, this tutorial is going to show you how to do this from a Mac and also using Google contacts.
FROM YOUR MAC
- Open the Contacts app on your Mac.
- Go to File/New Group
- Name it so that you have a distinct place to add the contacts.
If you are using contacts already in your Contacts app:
- Select contacts you want
- Drag them into the new group.
If you are importing from a file saved on your computer:
- Drag the file into the new group
Continue to Export
- Open the Numbers app on your Mac computer/laptop (keeping the contacts window open)
- Choose New Document
- Choose Blank (spreadsheet) and open it.
- Switch back to the Contacts app (make sure you keep the contacts window small enough so you can see the spreadsheet in the background)
- Select all of your contacts in the new group and drag them onto the new blank spreadsheet in the Numbers app.
- You should now see all of the imported contacts appear in your Numbers spreadsheet.
- You may notice that your column headers will have colons or other symbols, clean those up so that there are only the words and not the symbols.
- From the Numbers program, select File > Export To… > CSV. Do not check any of the boxes.
- Name your file and where you want it saved.
- Then Import into contacts in Harbor Marketing