Google has revamped the contacts section of Gmail to let users decide who's on their A-list.
Gmail adds a contact entry for every e-mail you use, and previously showed either the full list or the "Most Contacted" subset Google chose. Now the service divides contacts into a "My Contacts" list that users can define and a "Suggested Contacts" list with everyone else.
Google announced the move on its Gmail blog on Thursday.
Automation still plays a part: The service can be set to automatically add to "My Contacts" anybody you send e-mail to more than five times.