offer ability to sync with iCloud.
Would love a two-way sync with iCloud, if that's possible. Or some way to sync with iPhone contacts.
You may now sync your iCloud contacts to Nimble by adding the Nimble iPhone app to your phone and then enabling phone sync to nimble.
Learn more about our app here – http://support.nimble.com/customer/portal/articles/1163318-nimble-iphone-app-
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Sarah George commented
This would really help, especially if the calendar can be shown in nimble
manish vakil commented
I just signed up for the nimble trial and I find this very disspointing as well. I use my mac and iphone for everything and there is no integration for calendar which is the most imporant for me.
Martin Brossman commented
Did you ever add iclourd sync with nimble. Back and forth.
I am evaluating Nimble but I was disappointed to see it does not sync with Mac/iPhone/iCloud, for contacts, calendar and reminders.
As a result I dont think I will be using it.
otherwise seems great though.
This needs to be added ASAP. The roundabout method via Google Contacts is not ideal
Mike McKenna commented
If you are using Google Apps it is possible to sync your Nimble contacts with the address book on your iPhone/iPad and from there with iCloud.
First, set up Google Contacts synchronisation with your iPad/iPhone - https://support.google.com/mail/answer/3008051?hl=en
Next, create an account with www.piesync.com and set up synchronisation between Nimble and Google Contacts.
Next set up synchronisation between iPhone/iPad and iCloud - http://classroom.synonym.com/sync-contacts-between-ipad-iphone-mac-8299.html
Now any contact you add to Nimble will end up in your iCloud - or you could just download the Nimble app for iOS and keep your business contacts in the Nimble app and your personal contacts in your iPhone address book.
To go a step further and ensure that everyone who emails you ends up in your Nimble CRM add EverContact (www.evercontact.com).
If you need any help setting up this kind of integration, get in touch - firstname.lastname@example.org
Niel Bowerman commented
Bump. I'm a paying nimble customer for me and my team and I'd love this.
Jay Postma commented
Sure would be nice if Nimble enabled cardDAV so all my Nimble contacts would be available on my iPhone. Piesync looks interesting but I hate to have to buy it to sync with Google contacts just for Carddav access via Gmail. This is such a very basic need. I shouldn't have to log into the Nimble iPhone app to get a quick phone number. And incoming calls shouldn't be without contextual information readily available to me in Nimble. Geesh!
Where Is this feature?!! 2015 almost!!!!
no way I'm gonna buy this without it!
Please do so.
Eric Greenspan commented
I can't use this system until this is implemented. Surprised that it hasn't been added yet.
Tim Woodring commented
Please add these features!
I can't believe that haven't done it yet. It has got to be pretty standard
Anna Islamova commented
That is something that would bring Nimble to the next level! Major attraction!
Dennis Fink commented
Complete iCloud sync would be a major reason for us to continue using nimble
Mateusz Zapart commented
iCloud complete sync would be great, especialy contacts, calendar, tasks/reminders and e-mail!
this would really be useful
I have tried out nimble for a week....really like the features. However fi there is sync between nimble and address book would be perfect.
Another thing is that for the mobile version, I believe additional features like when click the contact, tasks log and activities can be made available.....
Alan McNeill commented
You are assuming Clay has a mac / lots of time for double entry of new contacts to both import and export new data. I've tried using the ical via google calendar walkaround and its cumbersome slow and laking in features, once again assuming that every user has a google calendar as i did not and created for that purpose. The point of paying for a functional CRM is for effective, fast productivity. Nimble which looks like it has great features and potential is lacking because of issues like this and simply not offering a native mobile version on all platforms which would resolve these issues plus cater for users that are on the road or predominately use mobile devices like many small new startups. I do like nimble a lot, it's one of the best out of a better bunch but would be an industry leader if it were mobile. Come on!! move forward with the times!!
Sync with iCloud mail, calendar, reminders, and contacts would be perfect.