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As with other Outlook items, you can categorize your contacts. So for example, if we want to put Bill Jones' contact in a category, we can right-click, and choose Categorize, and pick a category, I'm going to choose Business here. Do the same thing with Joe Employee. You can also select a contact and use the Categorize button in the toolbar. Choose a category that way.
Once you've chosen some categories, you can use them to help sort your list of contacts. So in the navigation pane, we can choose by category here to see your contacts grouped by category. So the Business contacts that categorized as Business contacts are all in one group, and the personal ones in another. In this way, you can collapse any of the groups and just work with the one you'd like, such as Business contacts.
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