No additional add-in or service is required to How to create a Contact Group in Outlook and send email in bulk using Microsoft Outlook for PC.
What is a Contact Group in Outlook for PC
A group of contacts (formerly known as a distribution list) is a list of people or email addresses that you can use to send emails to more than one person at once. Creating a contact group or list means you don’t have to type out all the email addresses of a set of recipients every time you want to send an email, which can come in handy when you need to send multiple emails to multiple people on a regular basis. In this article, we have shown how to create a contact group in Outlook for Office 365 and older versions.
Create a Contact Group in Outlook for Office 365
To create a contact group in Outlook for Office 365, follow these steps:
- Click the People icon to see a list of your contacts.
- Click on the option to create a new contact group.
- Name your contact group to easily find and manage your contacts.
- Click “Add Members” and select a source for your contacts.
- Choose which contacts you want to add to the list.
- Click the Save & Close button to save your changes and close the window.
In case you are using the expanded version of the navigation bar, you need to click on the “People” icon in the navigation bar.
You should see all your contacts that you saved in the People app earlier in the Home tab. To create a new contact group, click the New Contact Group icon in the ribbon.
You’ll need to create a new contact group and give it a name. This name will help you identify the group in the future. After clicking Add Members, you should find three options for adding contacts to the group – From Outlook Contacts, From Address Book, and New E-mail Contact.
To save someone’s contact details, you must choose between From Outlook Contacts and From Address Book. If you want to add a new email ID, you must choose the third option. After adding all contacts to the group, click Save & Close.
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