The easiest place to connect your social media accounts is in the FullContact for Web app on the Settings page.
Keep in mind that you can also connect your social media accounts during the onboarding process in FullContact for iOS and FullContact for Android.
In FullContact for Mac, click FullContact (menu dashboard at the top of your Mac) -> Preferences -> [+] icon.
We update your Twitter and Foursquare address books every 24 hours.
No. When you edit or delete one of your Twitter handles, for example, that change is NOT reflected in your Twitter account (externally). If you want a social media contact fully removed from FullContact, you'll need to delete it in the external source.
The easiest way to do so is to click on Tags in the upper-right-hand corner of your Web app, scroll down to Sources, then click on the specific social media address book.
This will show all contacts in the social media address book you've selected. To add a contact that has not already been added to your synced contacts, click on the [+Person] icon.
Facebook made significant changes to their public APIs back in early 2016; these are the changes to be aware of:
- You will be unable to connect your Facebook (or Instagram) address book to your FullContact account.
- You will not see Facebook profiles suggested in the Updates section of your FullContact account.
While we understand these changes are frustrating, FullContact is committed to building powerful tools to help you build relationships with your network. We'll continue working on new ways to keep your contacts in sync, up-to-date, and accessible everywhere you need them. Also, unlike some other services, we're committed to making sure that your data is always portable—meaning, you can export all your contacts whenever you like. They belong to you.
We have also halted support for contact upload from LinkedIn. LinkedIn has silently introduced a new privacy setting that by default disables email address from being exported from LinkedIn. This means that when you do an export, the file will largely be void of email addresses for your connections.
We fundamentally believe that you should own your relationships and the data in your address book. Unfortunately, it appears that LinkedIn has taken further steps to lock data into their own platform. Read more. Because we rely heavily on email addresses to de-duplicate contacts in your address book, we've opted for not uploading LinkedIn data at this point.
We will continue monitoring the status of this change by LinkedIn and update our apps accordingly should anything change.