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Google Workspace(formerly G Suite) Gmail provides a "Contacts" function that is the same as a personal address book. This section will explain how to use the Contacts function.

Clicking "Contacts," which is always shown on the left side of your screen, will allow you to edit your contacts. (Fig. 1)

Fig. 1 Contacts


Details of each function are explained on the following pages.
The main display frame for Contacts contains the following.

  1. "Search Form for Contacts" -- It is for searching whole keio mails in university and registered contacts.

  2. "Create contact" -- This icon is function for registering new contact.

  3. "List of Contacts" -- "Contacts" and "Frequently contacted" are main menus for the Contacts.

  4. "Contact details" -- Informations in details for the selected the contact.

  5. "Configulation of labels" -- Configuration of labels and labeled contacts are displayed in the list.

  6. "Migration of contacts data and print" -- Function of importing and exporting of contacts data and printing contacts information.

  7. "Other contacts and Trash" -- People you've interacted with in Google products, as well as any contacts you've hidden from your list. Trash contain deleted contacts.

Continue to explanation about Adding Contacts.

Return to Google Contacts Users Manual for explanations about other features.

Last-Modified: November 9, 2021

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