When you send a Gmail email, it usually automatically adds the sender to your contacts list. This makes it easy to find them in future emails and helps them avoid being sent to the spam folder by mistake. However, if you don’t want all of your emails to be stored in this way, it is possible to manually add or delete a contact from Gmail.
The first thing you should do is ensure that all of the person’s contact information is correct. Then, you should click the “Save” button in the bottom right-hand corner of the Gmail contact form. This will save the contact to your Google contacts list, which will sync across all of your devices.
Once you’ve successfully saved the contact, you can then edit it in the future if necessary. This will allow you to change the email address, phone number, and other details of the contact.
If you’re using a computer, you can do this by opening the Gmail app and clicking “Contacts” in the side-menu or by navigating to the Google Contacts site in a web browser on your computer. If you’re using the Gmail app on your iPhone or Android device, you can also navigate to the Google Contacts site in a separate tab of the application.
Creating Contact Groups
In order to increase productivity in your Gmail account, it is important to create and manage groups of people. These will enable you to address Group Emails in a more organized manner. You can even set up automatic synchronization between the contact group and your mobile devices.
You can also make these groups private, so that only your selected group members can access them. This will make it easier to organize and sort your Gmail contacts lists and ensure that you only send Group Emails to the people who have agreed to receive them.
Managing Duplicates in Gmail
If you have a lot of contacts, it can be a challenge to keep them all in order. This is especially true if you’re constantly adding or deleting new contacts. To help you manage your duplicates, you can use the Delete Duplicates tool in the Gmail settings menu.
Adding and Editing Groups in Gmail
If you’re regularly sending Group Emails to multiple recipients, it can be time-consuming to enter each of their email addresses into the recipient bar one by one. Fortunately, it’s very easy to set up groups of contacts in Gmail.
To do this, you must first create a group in Gmail. Then, you can add each person to the group one by one. You can then edit the group to rename it or add new contact groups.
Managing Contacts in Gmail
When you add or edit a contact in Gmail, you can make sure that their information is accurate by clicking the “Save” button in the bottom right-hand section of the contact form. This will save the contact permanently to your Gmail contacts list, which will then synchronize across all of your connected devices.