Emails don’t have to be exclusive. Sometimes three (or 50) is not a crowd. Adding more people to an email group can make planning events, working together, sharing documents, or just chatting away much simpler. Lucky for you, creating a group email in Gmail isn’t complicated and there are a couple of ways to do it. Let’s show you how it’s done.below steps to create a group email in Gmail.
How to create a group email in Gmail manually
- Got to Gmail.com and log into your account.
- Select the Compose button in the top-left corner of the page.
- A small composing window will appear in the bottom-right corner.
- Go to the To section and start inputting the email addresses you want to add to your group email.
- Separate each email with a comma.
- Complete the email and hit Send.
How to create a group email in Gmail using contact labels
There’s a very neat way to create group emails in Gmail using contact labels. This is convenient for group emails including specific groups of people you will contact often. You could have a label for “Co-workers”, for example. Or one for “Weekend parties”, “Family”, or any other groups of people you can think of.
- Go to the Google Contacts website.
- Select the contacts you want to add to a label.
- Click on the Manage Labels button up top. It looks like a sticky note separator.
- Select the labels you want to add your contacts to. Or you can create a new one.
- Hit Apply.
- Go to Gmail.
- Select compose.
- In the To section start typing the label name you want to send an email to.
- The label should appear as a suggestion. If it does, select the label, complete the email, and hit Send.
- If the label isn’t suggested, click on the To section.
- A window with your contact list will appear.
- In the Manage labels section, there is a drop-down menu. Click on it and select the label you want to send the email to.
- Press Select All or pick the contacts from the list. Then hit Insert.
- Complete the email and hit Send