adding new phone number or e-mail to existing contact
I feel really stupid asking this, but I can't find the answer anywhere, and this seems like something a BB should be able to do--especially since my last phone ("free" flip phone) could do it.
When someone who I already have in my address book calls me, I want to add their phone number to the existing entry. Or, if they e-mail me, and I don't have the e-mail address, I want to add their e-mail to the address book entry.
I can't figure out how to do this other than by copying and pasting. Why can't I update an existing entry with a new phone number or e-mail? Basically, I want to hit the menu button and have the option of adding the phone number or e-mail to an existing address book entry. Why doesn't this option exist?
Or does it, and I'm just being obtuse?
- 11-21-2007, 02:23 PM #2
Believe it or not... Copy paste is the only way to do this!
How long has RIM been doing this, and they're outclassed by a Samsung SCH-a870 in this feature?
Is there a way to request new features with RIM? Maybe this could be in a subsequent release.
- 02-14-2009, 07:46 PM #5
Crazy that the BB can't do this.
Lets say I've a contact John in my adds book # 323 333 3333
Now John calls me from his work/desk phone 444 222 1111
I'm done with my call and i see 444 222 1111 in my call log.
I should be able to
Simply click on the name and have the option of either
a. add as new contact
b. append or modify existing contact.
If i select option a. I enter a new name and I'm done
If I select option b. I should
i. be able to replace an existing number (with confirmation)
ii or insert the number into an empty phone field with no confirmation.
I find it unacceptable that a $500 phone cannot do this. All my old Nokias and Sonys have been able to do this for years.