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2/18/10
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dav.fred

how to delete the group coworkers

I am using windows XP IE7 and use avast antivirus.
I want to delete the group coworkers in my contacts list





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Chaotic Neurons
2/19/10
Chaotic Neurons
It seems that you can't delete any of the default groups because of the following: "Friends, Family, and Coworkers are groups to help you organize your contacts. You can move contacts in and out of these groups at any time. Various Google products let you share information with people in these groups"
halcrosthwaite
7/24/10
halcrosthwaite
I'm a big boy and capable of deciding what I want in my groups, note "MY". It's also my computer. There should be a way to dump crap you don't want.
Transcendant
9/24/10
Transcendant
I also do not want to use or have present the contact group label "coworkers". Google staff - please get this option added soon.
 
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