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I see that iCloud can create groups. It appears that other than All Contacts, I only have another group, contacts-other that was created when I imported my addresses (I think via Outlook, which I no longer use).

How can I assign contacts to a group? Either on the phone or icloud.com would be fine. Since we have a mixed Mac/Windows environment, I would prefer to avoid OS X-specific solutions.

EDIT: It would also be nice to know which contacts aren't in a group other than All Contacts (or ideally contacts-other).

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On iCloud.com, open Contacts. Then, click on the ribbon with the people icon until the groups appear. Now, hit the plus icon at the bottom, and name the new group. Click back on "All Contacts". Now, simply drag each contact that you want to move into the group. If you want to select more than one at a time, just hold down the Command key (control key on Windows) and click on each one, then drag them all into the group.

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And for removing from a group when you have the group list at the left and the group on the right, selecting a contact and pressing delete removes it from the group, not All Contacts. –  Brian Carlton Jan 8 '12 at 0:08
    
Also if you have a group selected in the Groups screen and use the gear>Import vCard, it will go into that group directly. –  Brian Carlton Jan 8 '12 at 1:21
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