How to Share Daylite Contacts With Other Contact Applications How to Share Daylite Contacts With Other Contact Applications

How to Share Daylite Contacts With Other Contact Applications

What Can I Do With Contact Sharing?

Share your Daylite Contacts with Apple's Contacts app on the iPhone and iPad to make calls with Siri and see contact information with Caller ID.

Sharing your Daylite contacts creates a new contact list in your apps. It will not sync with other contact services like iCloud or Google Contacts.

All CardDAV installations are user/device-specific, so setting DAV up in Daylite for one user, will not show up on anyone else's devices. Please set up calendar sharing on all Macs, iPhones and iPads individually.


Contacts On The iPhone & iPad

Follow the steps below to add your Daylite contacts to the iPhone's and iPad's Contacts application.

Install a Contacts Profile

  1. Open the Daylite App on your iPhone or iPad
  2. Within Daylite, tap Home.
  3. On the Daylite Home Screen scroll to the bottom and tap Settings > Contacts
  4. Tap Install Contacts Profile
  5. You will be brought to the Safari browser to confirm. Tap Allow

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  6. Tap Close on the 'Profile Downloaded' message

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  7. Go to your device's Settings app and tap on Profile Downloaded
  8. Review the profile and tap Install
  9. Enter your passcode and then complete the profile installation

Make Daylite Your Default Contact List

  1. Tap iOS Settings
  2. Choose Contacts
  3. Tap Default Account
  4. Select your Daylite Account

Success! Now when you open Contacts you should see a Daylite contact group where your contacts in Daylite will appear.


Contacts On The Mac

Watch the video below to add your Daylite contacts to the Apple Contacts app

Install A Contacts Profile

  1. Open Daylite on your Mac
  2. Go to Daylite Preferences > Contact Integration
  3. Click on the ‘Install Contacts Profile’ button 
  4. On the screen that appears, click the ‘Install’ button

Make Daylite Your Default Contact List

  1. Open Contacts and choose Contacts > Preferences
  2. Click General and in the pop-up menu labelled "Default Account select Daylite"

Success! Now when you open Contacts you should see a Daylite contact group where your contacts in Daylite will appear.

Each time you create contact/calendar sharing, a new user/password is created. This password can be found by logging into your Account Manager's page. Under the My Info tab, you'll find a Contact and Calendar sharing section. If you get a notification from the Internet Accounts on your Mac to enter the password for a username that will look something like "7dla1a2n", for example, please use this password generated in Contact and Calendar sharing to connect your account.

 


Other Applications

Any application which supports CardDAV should be able to access appointments from Daylite with the correct server settings. As each application has its own server setting format, review the application's documentation for specific steps.

  1. Log into your Daylite Account Manager page
  2. Choose "My Info" and scroll down to "Calendar and Contact Sharing"
  3. Click "New +"
  4. Add the name of the application or person you are sharing your contacts with then click Generate

Now you can use the username, password and server address generated to share your contacts. If a port setting is required, use the port 443 and turn on SSL.

Account Admins have the ability to block a User from utilizing DAV and sharing their data with other Applications. If you are experiencing issues with sharing your Contacts, this could be a possibility. Have your Account Admin check this feature by going to Daylite's Menu Bar > Daylite > Preferences > Users & Teams > Users > Your Name and clicking on the Advanced button. A Window will pop up and they will need to check off "Share and sync data with Other Applications, “ for DAV to work for you.

If you want to add appointments and tasks with CalDAV, check out Sharing your Daylite Calendar. If you want to subscribe to other calendars in Daylite, check out Subscribed Calendars.