The shared contacts can be accessed in different permission levels that are granted by the managers of the contact list. Managers are the original owners, those who are assigned as owners by the original owners, and those who have the ‘Can Reshare’ permission level on the contact list.
The various access levels available for Shared Contacts for Gmail® are defined in this article. Choose the one that best suites your contact sharing needs.
Read more: Shared Contacts Permission Management
Shared Contacts for Gmail® offers five (5) levels of permissions:
|Shared contacts appear in autocomplete on the recipient field of a messaging platform on any device
|Add private comments1
|Add public comments2
|Tag colleagues in the comments
|Change contact details like phone number, email address, etc.
|Add new contacts to the list
|Remove contacts from the list
|Reshare contact list
|Change access permission of other users
|Revoke access permission of other users
|Hide/unhide contact fields
|Rename the shared label
|Delete the shared label
|Transfer ownership of the shared label