Gmail has a great contact list interface which collects emails and stores them on the Gmail servers. The contact list automatically saves inbound email addresses, that way you'll always have a record of past interactions (on top of any emails). Eventually the savvy user may want to save a contact list onto their computer; keeping their contacts on a local machine instead of a remote server. This can be done for the entire contact list or just a group of contacts.
Now you know how to create contact list groups in Gmail and how to export them, this practice helps to separate your contacts. You can use exported CSV files to store entire contact lists, partial lists or just a couple emails. It can be particularly useful when inviting friends to social networks; instead of having to upload ALL of your contacts you can upload only those you prefer to share.Share on Twitter Share on Facebook
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