Thanks to built-in contacts, Gmail users will feel much more comfortable communicating, sending information to others without spending too much time. However, if in the process of using and working that Gmail account has an error, causing the list to be lost, can not be displayed, this is a disaster.
There is an extremely effective way to help users avoid this situation: extracting contacts in your Google account to your computer and saving. This article will show you how to exporting contacts in Gmail so you can store your contacts in the best way.
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How to export contacts in Gmail easily.
Step 1: Open your Gmail inbox. Go to gmail.com.
If you aren’t already logged in, you’ll need to enter the account’s email address and password to continue.
Step 2: Click “Gmail“. A drop-down menu will appear.
Step 3: Click “Contacts“.
Step 4: Select contacts to export. Click the checkbox to the left of each contact whom you want to export.
- You can also just click the “select all” checkbox in the upper-left side of the page.
- If you want to export every contact in your message history, skip this step.
Step 5: Click “More“. Clicking it prompts a drop-down menu.
Step 6: Choose “Export“. A pop-up window will display.
Step 7: Check the “Google CSV format” box. It’s near the bottom of the window. This will ensure that you can import the contacts file into a different Gmail account later.
- If you want to export every contact in your message history, check the “All contacts” option at the top of this window as well.
- If you want to export your contacts to a different email service, check either the “vCard format” option for Apple Mail or the “Outlook CSV format” option for any other email service.
Step 8: Click “Export“. Your contacts file will be saved onto your computer; you can usually find it in the Downloads folder by default.
With simple steps you can exporting contacts in Gmail in this way, your existing Google contact account will be saved for work or use when there is a problem with the user’s Gmail.