A group email is more than just a list of email addresses. Let's look at the benefits after creating our first email group in Gmail.
How to quickly create a group email in Gmail
A group of email addresses that can share a common conversation. Then open your Gmail inbox and follow the steps below.
- Sign in with your Gmail account.
- Select the contacts you want to group with a check mark based on their names and email addresses in the list.
- Click the Groups icon at the top (the three-head icon) to display a drop-down menu.
- In this drop-down menu, select an existing group or click Create New to add these contacts to your own unique list.
- Enter a unique name for the new group in the New Group dialog that opens.
- Click OK to save the email group. The group now appears on the left side of the screen, under "My Contacts". You can also find a label with the group name versus their names in the contact list.
Send an email to all contacts in a group on Gmail
Once a group is created, it becomes your distribution list for any content. You can also send emails directly from Google Contacts. But you're more likely to want to use Gmail.
- Open Gmail.
- Click the Burn button
- In the text box A: start typing the group name. Gmail will automatically suggest the name of the group you selected.
- Choose the group name and all emails will be added to the To field:
Done now, your email will be sent to all members of the group you have selected without having to add more emails every time if you have this need all the time.