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GroupsPro for macOS simplifies the creation, organization of groups of contacts

By Aaron Lee

Demodi’s GroupsPro 1.0 is a contacts and groups organizer that makes it easy to create and organize groups of contacts and create mailing lists. And it allows users to manage their contacts, contact groups, and create mailing lists for mass e-mails.

When GroupsPro is initially launched, it auto-populates the user’s existing contacts into the interface. Users can add or modify existing contacts. There are two options to assign contacts into specific groups. With Single Assigning, users assign a single contact to groups. With Fast Assigning, users assign contacts directly in the contacts list to a group.

What’s more, all currently existing contacts in the list can be assigned by clicking on mass update button. Users can also search for names, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, postal addresses, departments, and notes within all contacts.

GroupsPro provides users with the ability to create and modify groups of address book contacts. When Groups is selected, a window appears detailing the name of each group and how many contacts are assigned to that specific group. By clicking on a group, its contacts are shown or hidden in the contact list.

GroupsPro allows users create and modify mailing lists to send mass e-mails. Its mailing lists can be set up to contain members of groups or individual recipients. GroupsPro gives users the ability to determine which groups or e-mail addresses (i.e. home, work, etc.) to use automatically. Specific individuals can be included in the mass E-mail through clicking a simple on/off button. Users can also determine for every contact single or multiple E-mail addresses manually.

GroupsPro costs $4.99 and requires macOS 10.9 and higher. It’s available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store.

Apple World Today Rating (out of 5 stars): ★★★★

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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.