Never want even a single friend or colleague of yours to miss your emails or updates? But then at the same time, you find it kind of boring and cumbersome to email every person individually about the same thing that your entire circle should know about. Well, you can now tell Sally, Mike, Tom, Emily or whoever is your friend at once about your shopping or BBQ plan or share an assignment with all of them. Check Outlook support steps below and stay organized forever using your Microsoft Outlook 2010:
1. You will first need to create a contact group to which you want to float emails. Open Microsoft Outlook 2010. Click Contacts in the left hand grid at the bottom of the screen and then click New Contact Group under the Home tab.
2. On the next screen, give your contact group a name. The group is created now. You can now start adding members to this group. Click the Add Members button to do so. It will open up your Outlook Address Book.
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3. Click the drop-down menu and select the desired contacts. You must click the Members button after selecting each contact to make it a member of your contact group. When done, click OK. You will now return to your contact group window. Click the Save and Close button to save changes and exit the window.
4. Now create a test email and send it to your contact group. In the To field, either type the name of your contact group or select it from the Address Book. Once you select your contact group, Microsoft Outlook will populate all the emails addresses included in it in the To field. That’s it. Shoot the email and all your friends will at once know what you are up to.