How to Make the Most Out of Your Contact Labels
Sharing contacts in the Google ecosystem is one of the most demanded features. And yet, it’s not possible only with Google Contacts. The use cases are straightforward: teachers may need to email all parents of a specific class quickly. A company may need to want to collaborate around particular contacts with their board members.
Labels are the Google Word for tags. Labels tell Google that your contacts belong to one group. You can look at labels also as contact groups, but don’t confuse it with Google Groups, which is somewhat similar.
Difference of Contact labels and Google Groups
Contact labels are tags that you assign to your contacts that indicate they belong to the same thing. However, you cannot email several contacts at once based on their label or invite them to a meeting. These are things that require a Google Group. Groups are groups to which contacts are added that can be asked to meetings and receive shared files.
A label group is a group of contacts without additional features in some way. But how can you then share your google contacts?
Share Contacts In One Easy Step!
With Shared Contacts for Gmail, you can share your contact labels like you share a Google Doc! It’s that simple!
Importance of Labels
In order to share your contacts, they first have to be organized in contact labels. Labels are a great way to manage your contacts in groups! It makes the process easy and organized.
Share and Sync Between Colleagues!
After your contacts are organized in labels, you’ll be able to share them with your colleagues!
To do so, just click on the share icon that will appear on the right side of the label, enter the names/email addresses of the users you want to share with, and click share!
- Click the share icon
- Enter Names/Email Addresses of Users to Share With
- Click Share!
Get Started Sharing Contacts Today!
To get started, all you have to do is sign up for a free trial and enjoy sharing your contacts today.