How can I connect my Google Contacts address book to my FullContact account?
From the home page, click the blue [plus] icon, then click Source.
If you're connecting your Google Contacts address book from the FullContact for Mac app, click on FullContact (menu dashboard at the top of your Mac), click Preferences, then click the [+] icon.
If you're connecting your Google Contacts address book from the FullContact for iOS app, click Settings (home page), then click the [+] icon.
If you're connecting your Google Contacts address book from the FullContact for Android app, click on the gear icon (bottom-right corner of the page) -> click Address books -> click the [+] icon.
How can I make sure my Google Contacts address book is keeping my Apple device(s) synced with FullContact?
If you have an OS X (Mac) or an iOS (iPhone/iPad) device, the easiest way to keep FullContact synced with your Apple device is through your Google Contacts address book.
Once your Google Contacts address book is connected and syncing with your FullContact account, you'll want to make sure it is also connected and syncing with your Apple device(s).
On your iPhone/iPad, go to your native Settings (gray gear/icon) -> click on Contacts -> make sure your Google Contacts address book is listed as an Account. Then, make sure syncing with Contacts is turned ON.
On your Mac, go to your System Preferences (gray gear/icon) -> click on Internet Accounts -> make sure your Google Contacts address book is listed and that syncing with Contacts is checked.
How can I make sure my Google Contacts address book is keeping my Android device(s) synced with FullContact?
While Android device differs, so long as your Google Contacts account is syncing with the native contacts app/address book built into your Android, we'll keep your FullContact account syncing with your Android through your Google Contacts. In other words, we'll use your Google Contacts as the 'middleman' between your FullContact account and your Android device.
What are Google's contact storage limits?
Google has three different storage limits for contacts, which are posted on a Google Apps Help Page. These limits for Google Apps accounts also appear to apply to normal Google accounts.
- The total number of contacts in a Google account must be 25,000 or less. Please Note: This includes Other Contacts as well as My Contacts. Read about Other Contacts vs. My Contacts here. FullContact only brings in My Contacts from Google, so it is possible that you may run into your storage limit in Google even if you have less than 25,000 total Google Contacts in FullContact. We have a helpful article here about organizing your Google Contacts.
- The total size of these contacts must not exceed 20 MB.
- Individual contacts must not exceed 128 KB in size.