Creating a Google Contact List

by Luke Eclipse-Ujano Updated Mar 30, 2020

Google Contacts has a feature that allows you to group a batch of emails together. Then, when sending an email or sharing a document, all you have to do is type in the list name, and all the emails are populated.

Quick Link: https://contacts.google.com/

1. Go to: contacts.google.com

If you are making a list of Viking emails, be sure to log in with your @viking account.

Google Contacts - Google Chrome

2. Click on: Create Label

Google Contacts - Google Chrome

3. Title the Label and Save

This title is unique only to you. But be careful, sometimes labels are visible to others.

Google Contacts - Google Chrome

4. Click on the Label

Google Contacts - Google Chrome

5. (viking.k12.hi.us) Click on Directory

Google Contacts - Google Chrome

6. Search by First and/or Last Name, Press Enter

Google Contacts - Google Chrome

7. View Results

If you didn't email this person before, their email will only be available under: Directory

Google Contacts - Google Chrome

8. Click on an Email

Google Contacts - Google Chrome

9. Click on: More actions

Google Contacts - Google Chrome

10. Add to Label

After you click on the label, click out of the window. A notification at the bottom of the website will tell you if they were added to the label.

Google Contacts - Google Chrome

11. Confirm Label Change

Click on the email again, and you should see the label change.

Google Contacts - Google Chrome

12. Using a Label

When composing an email or sharing documents, type in the name of the label, and you will see it pop up, along with a list of names of emails added to the list. Click on it to select all the emails at once.

Inbox (1,087) - info@viking.k12.hi.us - Hilo High School Mail - Google Chrome
Inbox (1,087) - info@viking.k12.hi.us - Hilo High School Mail - Google Chrome

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