Use Google Contacts on the web to create a new label for a group of contacts. Learn how to add users to the contacts label (group) and then use the group label to send a new Gmail message or to set permissions for a file or folder.
- Call them your collaborators, the gang, or the team,…you need to keep up with your communications.…Now, phone calls work, texting and messaging works,…but to send files and share resources…email is a better choice,…and because these are Google apps,…Gmail is the perfect choice.…To avoid having to remember everyone's email address…and all their names and everything…I recommend that you instead build…a contact group for your project.…This task is best done on the Google Contacts web page…which is contacts.google.com.…
Now, groups in the Google Contacts web page…have been replaced, now they use labels,…so you create a new label, then give it a name…that reminds you of the group, click OK.…Now the group is created, but it's empty,…so you have to add people to the group,…and the easiest way to do that…is to go to your contact list…and start selecting contact avatars.…So, I will add myself, put a check mark in the box,…and I'm going to add other people as well.…
Now to send them all to this label…click the label icon and add the people.…
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- Understanding G Suite and Google apps
- Exploring Google Drive
- Sharing files and folders
- Receiving a shared invite
- Sharing a document
- Managing shared documents
- Adding comments
- Creating a shared schedule
- Collaborating in real time
- Building a project site
- Presenting online