Create a Group Email in Gmail

Create a Group Email in Gmail Following these Steps


To Create a Group Email in Gmail is a unique way of grouping your email contacts based on common criteria or keyword. You could email multiple people easily and quickly without the stress of typing a huge pile of email addresses.


Create a Group Email in Gmail

Steps to Create a Group Email in Gmail

Below are the steps to create a group email in Gmail.

  • Launch your browser.
  • Go to
  • Log in using your Gmail account.
  • Checkmark against the Gmail accounts and names of those you want to email.
  • Proceed to click the Groups icon at the top

The icon is a three stick heads

  • On the appearing dropdown menu, click Create new
  • Enter a name to define the group
  • Then click OK to save the email group.

Use the Search Box to Create a Common Group

The Google Contacts search box is a quick way to create an emailing group. If you have carefully arranged Google Contacts.


You could filter friends based on common keywords such as friends at a commonplace of work, church, school and much more. If your contacts are carefully saved, you could search contacts out with the profession and other required contact information.

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To do this, simply enter the keyword in the search box.

From there on, select the filtered contacts

Then create a list.

This is so quick and it is the reason why you should keep your contacts tidy and clean. As well as provide all the required information.

Create a Distribution List in Gmail

A Gmail  A group is a distribution list. Once you create a group email in Gmail, you can send files to it. You can also email from Google Contacts. However, you could send through your Gmail account. To do that,

  • Launch your browser.
  • log in to your Gmail.
  • Click on Compose.
  • In the space for To, enter the name of the group. Most likely, it will be suggested before you complete typing.
  • As such all email in the group will be added.

You can also include Gmail groups in the CC (Carbon Copy) and BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) fields as you would any other address. Use the BCC field if you want to mail a group of people who are unrelated to each other. The only address they will see is their own.

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