[How-to] Account Settings

  • October 18, 2011
  • / Gabriela

In order to better assist you in customizing your experience with WriteThat.Name, we thought we would dedicate this next blog to detailing each of the options on the Settings Page available here.   General Settings                   1) Auto-update: Confirm Contact Details: a confirmation email will be sent…
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Thank you!

  • October 17, 2011
  • / Gabriela

Kwaga would like to send an enormous thank you out to its customers for their tremendous support! With 696 votes in our favor, we won over 70% of the votes for Presse-Citron’s French Start-Up for September. We are now the first start-up nominated for Press-Citron’s 2011 Start-Up Company of the Year. Read more about how to…
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[Buzz] WriteThat.Name, A Service For Automatically Updating Your Gmail Add. Book Launches ‘Multi Account’ Feature

  • October 14, 2011
  • / Gabriela

E-Junkie.Info, a website in which WriteThat.Name has been featured as “Startup of the Week” last July, covers the new Multi- Account Feature.  It not only saves time but also helps in maintaining an updates and definite record. It is needless to say that this tool can prove out to be quite useful for those who…
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WriteThat.Name launches the “Multi-Account” feature

  • October 12, 2011
  • / Gabriela

The service that automatically updates the Gmail/Google Apps address book can now consolidate contacts from several email addresses into a single address book. Paris October 12, 2011 – WriteThat.Name, the new Kwaga service, which automatically updates the Gmail address book now supports multiple accounts. This new feature allows the same user to consolidate into a…
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[Buzz] Kwaga addresses Gmail shortcoming, again

  • October 11, 2011
  • / Gabriela

Stephen Shankland, happy user of WriteThat.Name and Author of Deep Tech blog at CNET covered the multi-account feature. He sounds pretty enthusiastic about the feature and even gives hints of upcoming features. He starts with: For years, I wanted a button on Gmail messages that said “import all this contact info into your address book.” WhenKwaga’s WriteThat.Name service added…
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