Need to know the last email you sent a contact? Or the last time you called? Dialpad displays all that info, and more, in your contact's profile.
For Office 365 or G Suite users, open a conversation thread to view your contacts:
- Dialpad number(s)
- Conversation record (last time you had a phone call)
- Shared upcoming calendar events
- Shared emails
- Shared documents
- Shared LinkedIn connections
Shared Calendar Events
If you and your Dialpad contact have any shared events, they'll be listed here. In addition, each event will display the event name, date, and time.
Click View Calendar to launch your calendar in a new window. If you navigate over to your own profile, the only events that will appear there will be shared events.
And if one of your contacts is currently in a meeting, we'll display that right next to their photo (like when they're on DND or on a call).
For this to appear on your contacts:
- Contact must have meeting scheduled through G Suite
- Meeting must be public
- Contact must be associated with your Company
If you and your Dialpad contact have any shared emails, they'll be listed here. Each email will display the subject line and date. Click on View All to launch your emails in a new window.
Emails are retroactive (so you'll see emails from before you had signed up for Dialpad). If you navigate over to your own profile, the only emails that will appear there are ones that have been sent from you.
If you and your Dialpad contact have shared any documents, they'll be listed here. We display the three most recent files including the title and date of last edit (G Suite) or date of upload (Office 365).
Docs are retroactive (so you'll see docs from before you had signed up for Dialpad). If you navigate over to your own profile, you'll see your three most recently updated files either shared or private.
Keep in mind that 'shared' can mean either shared by you or shared to you. Click on View All to launch your shared documents in another window.
Drag & Drop Integrations
Dialpad users can drag their most important integrations to the top of their contact's profile.
This is client specific, so reorganizing your contact's profile in your desktop app won't reorganize it in the mobile app.
The Edit Last Contact and Last Interaction sections are static and can't be rearranged.