Dear customers, we have good news for you! Starting from client version 1.0.0, DandyDialer now has an integrated contact editor.

Feature highlights

Some of the notable features of the editor includes -

  • Support for attaching a variety of information fields to a contact, besides their phone number.
  • Full text search capability on most fields of a contact.
  • Same contact can be subscribed to multiple lists, if desired.

Supported information fields

  • Phone numbers, up to three per contact.
  • Email addresses, up to three per contact.
  • First / middle / last names.
  • Professional / academic title.
  • Gender.
  • Age.
  • Date of birth.
  • Zip / postal code.
  • Physical address lines, up to three lines.
  • Various fine-grained physical address fields: area, city, state, province, country.
  • Fields for miscellaneous or uncategorized information about a contact, up to three per contact.

So, what do we do with so many information fields? At the least, DandyDialer can now be used as a lightweight customer relationship management(CRM) software. We have plans to eventually allow users to dynamically segment contact lists based on these information fields. Also, we are thinking about implementing personalized text-to-speech(TTS) generation based on names and titles.


Here’s a couple of screenshots demonstrating the contact panel -

Titon Barua


Titon Barua

Co-founder and Lead Developer

Titon is a software developer and architect with decades of experience in various web technologies, both in front-end and back-end. He prides himself in making robust and user-friendly software. An avid pythonista for a long time, these days, Titon mostly writes Clojure and Clojurescript.