Did you know that BlackBerry 10 will automatically merge contacts when it’s clear that the contacts are the same person? For example, if two or more contacts share the same first and last names, mobile phone or BlackBerry ID, they will be automatically merged together.
This feature makes managing your contact list really easy since it will automatically merge contacts from your email accounts with Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn contact list.
Depending on how you organize your contacts, some may not get merged automatically. In the event this occurs, complete the steps below to manually merge contacts so your contact list is just the way you like. I’ve also included steps on how you can turn off the automatic merging feature if you prefer to merge all of your contacts manually
How to link contacts together manually
Open the Contacts app
Touch and hold a contact
From the context menu, tap Select More
Tap the contacts that you want to merge
From the context menu, tap Link Contacts
Stop automatically merging of contacts
As mentioned previously, you can turn off the ability for your device to merge contacts automatically using the steps below:
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