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Registered: ‎03-26-2013
My Device: Z10
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Mobile 1/ Mobile 2 - How?

Can someone direct me to a solution or thread where this was already resolved or answered?  I am having a devil of a time sorting through the millions of threads (and pages) here and at Crackberry . . .

 

On my old BlackBerry, if a contact has two Mobile numbers, I could list them as Mobile 1 and Mobile 2.  Now, my only field choices are Fax, Work, Mobile and Other. I have some clients with 2 work numbers and 2 mobile numbers, so just "other" isn't a sufficient distinction.  Is there any way to change or edit the fields?

 

For instance, if I need to text someone with more than one mobile, I used to know that I could always just choose "mobile 1" - but, now I have to remember which number is which, to make sure I text to the right one.

 

So, are there custom fields or other identifiers that I am missing somewhere?

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Registered: ‎09-09-2010
My Device: BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone

Re: Mobile 1/ Mobile 2 - How?

Hello Rush-O-Matic,

 

Currently the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone does not have the option to customize these fields. However you can add a second number, Edit the contact and select Add Field at the bottom, for example if the user has two work phone numbers it would be listed as Work and Work.

 

Thanks.

-HB

 

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Re: Mobile 1/ Mobile 2 - How?

Ha ha. Well for heaven's sake, add that option. Listings that read Work and Work or Mobile and Mobile without distinction is exactly the problem!