Editing Default Fields
Default fields can be added and edited manually via the Update Contact dialogue located within each contact's profile page. Default fields include a contact's name, groups and addresses. To access the Update Contact dialogue, navigate to a contact's profile page and select the "Edit" option from the settings menu:
Editing Custom Fields
Custom fields, while created via the "Manage Fields" button on the contacts tab, can be edited via the Custom Fields dialogue also located within each contact's profile page. To access the Custom dialogue, navigate to a contact's profile page and select the "Edit" option from the settings menu:
Editing Date Values
Note that hen manually adding a date value without a time specification to a contact field, TextIt will replace the corresponding time value with the time at which you updated the field.
Using a Flow
Contact fields can also be created and edited via a workflow containing an Update the Contact action.
Using a Contact Import
Contacts can be imported with multiple address types, but only one address for each type.
You can update a contact's field values by including the contact field and its value in your import. Contact addresses, a type of default field value, can be added but not replaced via an import, so long as the UUID column contains the UUID(s) of the contact(s). Contact UUIDs can be obtained by exporting your contacts or using the List Contacts query in the API Explorer. Simply log into your account, add the appropriate parameters to filter to your desired contacts (or leave the query blank to list all of your contacts), and click the "GET" button:
TextIt will return all of the information associated with your contact(s), including their UUID(s).
At this time, contact addresses may only be replaced via the Contacts API Endpoint or a contact’s profile page as outlined above.