Google Introduces Additional ‘Highlights Tab’ In Google Contacts
Now you will get to see one more tab inside your Google Contacts, which is named as ‘Highlights Tab’. But do you know what is the use of it? Let’s figure it out!
With the inclusion of a new “Highlights” tab, “Google Contacts” has grown from a two-tab application to a three-tab application.
This Google Contact function has been depicted in screenshots by 9to5Google. It appears that Google has made further updates to the Contact app this year besides the symbol.
How To Use ‘Highlights Tab’ Inside Google Contacts?
Simply open the app to see where this new tab may be found; it will be at the bottom bar, between “Contacts” and “Fix and Manage.” Below the search tab are the “Favorites.”
Since it is denser than “Favorites” and contacts may be added there more simply, the “Highlights” tab is more user-friendly.
To interact with the software as a whole, users can go to the “Highlights” tab. So one may just search for the contact instead of having to navigate through contacts.
Other than that, the application is more dynamic and accessible than a list because of the grid structure in which it is set.
Therefore, the “Highlights” app might have provided a more intellectual solution to the app overall experience.
What are the uses of other Tabs in Google Contacts?
In addition, the “Recents” tab, which begins with “View Recently,” includes information on the “view date” for each contact. The overflow menu also offers the option for users to clear the history.
Another option is “Added Recently,” which rounds up the list and may be the most helpful feature of the new “user interface.”
It wasn’t apparent at the time whether or not a tab specifically for that reason was necessary, but the “Fix and Manage” option was included so users could easily change or delete their contacts.