How to Create a Contact Group on iPhone

When you create contact groups on your iPhone, you can rapidly send a message or email to numerous people at once. If you want to form a group in Contacts on an iPhone and use it for email, you will need to do so on a Mac or PC.

This is a counterintuitive need. After that, the contact group will synchronize to your iPhone without requiring more action via iCloud.

The Messages app on the iPhone enables users to build contact groups that may be used for sending and receiving text messages.

Either of these techniques can be used to learn how to add groups on your iPhone, and we will teach you both.

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How to Make a Group Contact on iPhone for Email

You used to be able to send a contact group on an iPhone with either a text message or an email, but now you can only send emails using contact groups on an iPhone.

To learn how to establish a group SMS on an iPhone, you must follow the instructions in the following section.

Before you can learn how to organize contacts into groups on an iPhone, you will need to enable Contacts in iCloud to access your contacts on your Mac or iCloud.com.

Once you have done this, you will then be able to start learning how to organize contacts into groups on an iPhone.

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After activating this feature, you can organize your contacts into groups on your computer, and those groups will appear on your iPhone by themselves.

If you are accessing iCloud from a personal computer, you must log in to iCloud.com. On a Mac, the app that you will utilize is called Contacts.

  1. Open Contacts.
  2. Click All Contacts on the top left side of the screen, then click the + icon on the bottom.
  3. Choose New Group.
  4. Name your group and tap Return on your keyboard.
  5. Click All Contacts again so that you can add contacts to your group.
  6. Drag and drop the contacts you’d like to add to your new group.
  7. Click on your new group to make sure the correct contacts were added.

You won’t be able to send group emails to people you don’t have email addresses, so double-check your contacts.

All your iCloud-connected devices, including your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, now have access to your newly created contact groups.

By opening the Phone app, touching Contacts, and selecting Groups in the upper-left corner, you can see your contact groups on your iPhone.

How to Email Your Contact Group on an iPhone

  1. Open the Mail app on your iPhone.
  2. Start a new draft by tapping the new email icon in the lower right corner.
  3. In the To: field, type the name of the contact group you want to email. Tap the group name.
  4. Compose your email and send.

How to Create a Group on iPhone for Texting

Texting and emailing groups of iPhone contacts used to be possible, but that feature is no longer available.

To make it easier to identify and message a specific contact group, the Messages app lets you establish a group text, give it an appropriate name, and then pin the chat to the top of the app.

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Check out our free Tip of the Day for more information on using the Contacts and Messages apps on your iPhone or iPad. To facilitate group messaging, here’s how to do it on an iPhone:

  1. Start a new text in the Messages app.
  2. Add all the contacts you want to include in the group text in the To: field.
  3. Name the group chat (this requires everyone in the chat to be using iMessage.) Compose your text as usual and send it.
  4. The next time you want to text this group, type the name of the group text in the To: field.
  5. You can also swipe left on the conversation to pin the group chat to the top of your conversations to find it more quickly.

Have you ever mistakenly deleted a contact from your phone’s contact list? It’s possible you’d like to understand how to recover deleted iPhone contacts. Check our tutorial on deleting numerous contacts at once if you need additional help managing your contacts. That concludes our discussion.