Nowadays, no one knows what Gmail is and how to use it and how important are they to make our work easier. With the help of this, you can send documents to anyone and it is very useful, but today we will tell you how to print contacts from Gmail
Export Your Gmail Contacts
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Your address book isn’t tied to one Gmail address. You can use it with another Gmail account or a desktop email program such as Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird or Yahoo Mail. To export your full Gmail address book:
Open Google Contacts. The easiest way to do that is to visit https://contacts.google.com/ or use the apps menu at the top right of Gmail to choose Contacts.
In the left panel, select More to display additional options.
To export an entire address book, select Contacts. Select the drop-down arrow to choose a Google Contacts group.
Choose an export format
The Outlook CSV format exports all data and converts names to the default character encoding.
The Google CSV format exports all data and uses Unicode to preserve international characters. Some email programs such as Outlook do not support Unicode.
The vCard format is an internet standard that is supported by many email programs and contact managers such as OS X Mail and Contacts.
Download the file (named Contacts) to your Desktop. You can rename the file anything you want, like gmail-to-outlook.csv (for the Outlook CSV format), gmail.csv (for Google CSV) or contacts.vcf (for the vCard format)
Contacts Automatically Added by Gmail
Your list and file of contacts may be large because Gmail adds new contact entries to your address book when you reply to an email or forward it to a new address. These new automatic entries are found under Other contacts in Gmail Contacts.
To prevent Gmail from adding new addresses to your Contacts automatically:
Go to Gmail and select the Settings gear icon in the top right corner of the page.
Select See all settings.
Go to the General tab.
In the Create contacts for auto-complete section, select I’ll add contacts myself.
Select Save Changes at the bottom of the page.