You can access the app by pressing the contacts icon on the top bar, in Nextcloud.
In the contacts app select "New contact"
You will prompted with a form on the "right-bar" side to create the new contact.
Just type the information you want/have in the fields. If you need, you can just add more fields at the bottom of the form.
You can create groups to organize your contacts ex: faculty, work, collective, etc. In the field group you can assign a new contact to an existing group or create a new group. Or assign a contact to multiple groups by typing the several groups.
On the left side of the screen in your contacts app, you will see the existing groups. Selecting them will present all contacts in that respective group.
Go to "settings" on the lower left corner of the screen in the contacts app.
In settings you can share your address book with other Disroot users by:
You can also use a link to share your address book via webDAV, to other contact books (Thunderbird, mobile, etc,).
You can import address books or individual contacts, if you have a vcf file of the contact or the address book.
Then select the file you want to import, and press ok.
Inside settings in the field "Address book name" write the name of the new address book, then press enter.
Syncing cloud contacts with Webmail is very easy. It will permit contacts from your webmail and cloud to be in sync.
First go to your Nexcloud contacts app. Click on the settings icon in the lower left corner. Select "Show URL" option of the addressbook you would like to sync with webmail, and copy the given link.
Now go to Webmail app, and click on the settings icon (top right in the webmail app)
In your settings, on the left side bar select: Contacts When in the contacts menu:
And then refresh both pages. Now your contacts will stay in sync.