How to Create a Group in Gmail

first_img Originally published Apr 11, 2019 7:01:09 AM, updated July 12 2019 5. Name your label and type your group’s name in the recipients box to send an email to your group. Growing up, there was only one thing my mom knew how to do on the internet that I could never figure out — creating an email group. What’s even more surprising is that I sent email blasts to my friends all the time, but I never asked my mom how to make an email group. I would just manually enter my friends’ email addresses into the recipients box.Gosh, I was such a rebel.If you’ve gotten over your teen angst and don’t want to manually enter your family’s, friends’, or coworkers’ email addresses every time you want to send an email blast to them, we’ve got you covered. Check out our five-step guide on creating a group in Gmail.Free Download: 25 Proven Sales Email TemplatesHow to Create a Group in GmailVisit Google Contacts.Click “Contacts”, “Frequently contacted”, or “Directory”.Select the contacts you want to include in your group.Choose the “Label” icon and press “Create Label”.Name your label and type your group’s name in the recipients box to send an email to them. 1. Visit Google Contacts.You can find Google Contacts in the middle of the bottom row of your Google Apps tab. 4. Choose the “Label” icon and press “Create Label”.center_img 3. Select the contacts you want to include in your group. 2. Click “Contacts”, “Frequently contacted”, or “Directory”.It’s likely you won’t have contacts saved in Google Contacts, but you can still access the email addresses of people you frequently interact with by clicking “Frequently contacted” or everyone who currently works at your company by clicking “Directory” in the left side bar. Don’t forget to share this post!last_img read more

1st T20I: Evin Lewis, Kesrick Williams star in West Indies’ 30-run victory over Afghanistan

first_imgWest Indies produced a clinical performance and prevailed over a spirited Afghanistan side by 30 runs in the first T20 international played in Lucknow on Thursday.Defending 164 for victory, the Windies rode on a sensational bowling performance from pacer Kesrick Williams to restrict the Afghans to 134 for 9 in 20 overs.Williams finished with 3 wickets for 17 runs from his 4 overs while Kieron Pollard, who was leading his team for the first time in T20Is, and Hayden Walsh bagged two each for the winners.Najibullah Zadran top-scored for Afghanistan with 27 runs while Asghar Afghan (25) and Fareed Ahmed (24 not out) also made some contributions but ultimately it wasn’t enough to overhaul the target in the stipulated overs.32 runs2 wickets30 run winA successful T20I captaincy debut for Kieron Pollard as West Indies take a 1-0 in the series against Afghanistan #AFGvWI https://t.co/98iSF64HFM pic.twitter.com/kvh6nJlSzBICC (@ICC) November 14, 2019Earlier, the West Indies rode on Evin Lewis’s 41-ball 68 to post 164 for 5 after being asked to bat first.Lewis’s knock was laced with six sixes and four boundaries and he was ably supported by Shimron Hetmyer (21) with the duo adding 87 runs for the second wicket. Handy contributions from Pollard (32) and wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin (20) lower down the order helped the Windies post a challenging total.Gulbadin Naib got two wickets for 24 runs for the Afghans while Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Rashid Khan and Naveen-ul-Haq struck once each.West Indies took a 1-0 lead in three-match series after this win. The second match will be played at the same venue on Saturday (November 16).advertisementAlso Read | Afghanistan vs West Indies 1st T20I: As it happenedAlso Read | Stokes reveals how ‘Bloody Warner’ inspired him to Headingley miraclelast_img read more

Report: Brazil 3 Bolivia 0

first_imgPhilippe Coutinho scored a brace as Brazil opened the Copa America with a 3-0 win over Bolivia in Sao Paulo.After an underwhelming first half at Estadio do Morumbi, Coutinho scored twice within eight minutes of the restart to put Brazil in control on Friday.A VAR check and handball led Coutinho to the penalty spot and the Barcelona star made no mistake in the 50th minute before making it 2-0 three minutes later after capping a sweeping move. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Everton came off the bench and scored the goal of the night with a blistering effort from outside the area in the 84th minute as the Selecao – who have won the Copa on each of the previous four occasions they have hosted in 1919, 1922, 1949 and 1989 – made a winning start in Group A.GOOOOOOOOOL DO BRASIL! Mais um gol de Philippe Coutinho, agora de cabeça!!2 x 0  | #JogaBola #BRAxBOL pic.twitter.com/sHeGi03rzs— CBF Futebol (@CBF_Futebol) June 15, 2019Playing without superstar Neymar after he was ruled out of the tournament with an ankle injury, 2018 World Cup quarter-finalists Brazil dominated but struggled to create any real clear-cut chances.Thiago Silva saw a header flash wide of the post and Casemiro came close with an audacious effort for Brazil, who had 77 per cent of the possession in the opening 45 minutes.The half-time whistle was met by a chorus of boos around the stadium amid a subdued atmosphere as Brazil failed to impress against Bolivia – a nation in which they had won nine and drawn two of the past 11 games on home soil, scoring 46 goals and conceding just four times.But a VAR check helped ease some of the tension and pressure with the ground after Adrian Jusino was adjudged to have handled the ball inside the penalty area.Coutinho successfully converted the spot-kick before he completed a quick-fire double after latching on to Roberto Firmino’s cross at the back post.The result was never in doubt from that point as Brazil turned the boos into cheers in the south-west of Sao Paulo, where substitute Everton scored a stunning long-range goal with six minutes remaining. What does it mean? Brazil up and running with 100th winSeeking a ninth Copa title and first since 2007, Tite’s Brazil got the job done in Friday’s curtain-raiser. It was not perfect but the Selecao managed to claim their 100th Copa victory.Coutinho takes centre stageThe Barcelona attacker struggled at Camp Nou in 2018-19, leading to speculation of a possible return to the Premier League via Chelsea or Manchester United. Coutinho, however, stepped up when Brazil needed him most with his first international brace since scoring a hat-trick against Haiti at the Copa America Centenario.Improvement needed by BrazilIf the half-time boos were any indication, Brazil did not meet expectations prior to the break. Richarlison and Roberto Firmino were virtually non-existent in the first half, while Coutinho and David Neres struggled to make an impact. The Selecao did beat Bolivia but they will be punished against better opposition if they do not improve.What’s next?Brazil will look to make it two wins from two against Venezuela on Tuesday, while Bolivia face Peru on the same day. read morelast_img read more

Ricks gets 7 steals Abilene Christian beats Campbell 8368

ABILENE, Texas — Jalone Friday scored 19 points, Payten Ricks scored 18, grabbed five rebounds and made a school Division I-era record seven steals, and Abilene Christian held the nation’s leading scorer to 26 points in beating Campbell 83-68 on Tuesday night.Jaren Lewis and Trey Lenox scored 11 points apiece for the Wildcats (8-1), who forced 22 turnovers and held senior guard Chris Clemons below his average of 32.1 points per game.The Wildcats led by as many as 19 points in the second half, but Campbell closed to 72-62 on Clemons’ jumper with 2:33 to go. Friday sank a 3 and Ricks and Lenox combined for eight free throws and the Wildcats outscored the Fighting Camels 8-5 in the final 1:37 to hang on.Friday’s go-ahead jumper broke open back-and-forth play and sparked a 14-6 run to end the first half with a 36-28 Wildcats’ lead.Clemons finished with 7-of-12 shooting with two 3s and 10 of 11 free throws. Andrew Eudy added 12 points and Ja’Cor Nelson scored a career-high 12 for Campbell (4-4).The Associated Press read more