Clay’s Contacts integration for iOS adds phone numbers and birthdays to existing Clay cards when possible and creates new contacts for people in your address book that aren't in Clay.
- Go to
Personal Infoin the top right, then
- Under Connected Accounts, tap
- Allow Clay access to Contacts
What Clay Does
Clay imports all known contacts from Contacts. Clay will create cards for new people and use this data to enrich existing contacts when there's a high degree of confidence that the people are the same.
Clay pulls in select information. Clay will import text fields like name, bio, phone numbers, addresses, etc. Information stored in the notes field and profile pictures isn’t pulled in quite yet, but we have plans to add that functionality.
Clay will continuously reimport your contacts in the background. This means you’ll always have the most up-to-date information about your people in Clay.
What Clay Doesn’t Do
Clay doesn’t change any data in your Apple Contacts. This integration is read-only, meaning it will update the data inside Clay to match what you have in your contacts, but it will not reflect changes you make in Clay back to your contacts.