You can select to show or hide types of contacts using the filters in the contacts page.. 

To filter by integration: 

1. Go to the "Contacts" page

2. Click the drop down menu and select which contacts to show by integration. 

3. Click to show or unclick to hide the contacts by integration.

You have more filter options as well! Click the "gear" icon to show additional filters you can use. 

Additional options that are listed here first:

"Automatically lookup undelivered Nos" will turn off or on the setting to automatically check the number type if a message is sent and un-delivered to any of your contacts. More information on this setting HERE.

"Check Caller information" will check your contact's phone number type -  if the number is VOIP, invalid number, landline or a mobile phone. More information on this HERE.

"Restore all deleted synced contacts" will restore any contacts you have deleted that were brought over through a integration. More information on this HERE.

Filters: 

"Show Numbers = 0 (Blank)" will show or hide contacts with the number "0" in place of their phone number. This means there is no number currently associate with this contact. 

"Show Landline" will show / hide numbers that have been checked and marked as a landline number.

"Show Voip" will show / hide numbers that have been checked and marked as a VOIP number.

"Show Mobile" will show / hide numbers that have been checked and marked as a mobile number.

"Show Checked (errors)" will show / hide numbers that have been checked and marked as an invalid / unformatted number.

"Show Unchecked" will show / hide numbers that have not been checked and marked as any type of number yet.

"Show Opted Out" will show / hide the contacts that have opted out of receiving messages from you. 

"Show Blocked" will show / hide numbers you have blocked from receiving calls or texts from. 

"Show Unsubscribed" will show / hide the contacts that have unsubscribed (or that you have manually unsubscribed) from receiving messages from you. 

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