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Organise Skype contacts into categories

By Patrick Stafford
Friday, 15 July 2011

Tech TricksIf you’re like most Skype users then you probably have quite a few different contacts, and they’re all from different walks of life.

 

But did you know you can actually put those different contacts into categories?

 

To group your contacts, click on Contacts, then Contact Categories, and then click on “Create new Category”. You’ll then be prompted to input a name for your new category and then group in contacts.

 

You can also do this by clicking on “New Category” and then clicking on “Create new Category”

 

You can also rename each of those categories by right-clicking and typing in your desired name.

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