How to export your google contacts
- Ever needed a backup of all your contacts phone numbers that you saved on your android mobile? What happens if your phone dies, and you need to call somebody urgently. We don’t remember any phone numbers nowadays! Wont it be handy to have a hardcopy or an excel sheet?
- Have you ever wanted to email all your google contacts? Google doesn’t let you email ‘All Contacts’ – weird but true!
Okay, without anymore ado, here we teach you step-by-step how to export your google contacts into one excel sheet (or csv to be technically precise)
Step 1: Login to your gmail account
Step 2: Click on the ‘Gmail’ drop down right below the Google logo on the top left (you will see this just above the ‘Compose’ button
Step 4: Click on the ‘More’ Option on the left panel
You will see some more options as listed below
Step 5: Click on the ‘Export’ option. In some cases, you might see the below popup
Step 6: You will now see a list of all your contacts. Click on the ‘More’ menu, and click on the ‘Export’ option, as given below
Step 8: You will now see a popup as below. Click on the ‘All Contacts’ radio option, and the ‘Outlook CSV format’ – This will give you a readable CSV (Comma separated Values) formatted file, that you can open in Microsoft Excel.
Final Step: Now click on the ‘Export’ button, and a file will be downloaded to your default downloads folder. Go to your browser’s download area and double click the file to open it.
Ta da! You have all your google contacts, phone numbers, email ids, the works!