Mobile Phones iPhone & iOS How to Send Group Emails Faster in iOS Mail Don't waste time typing email addresses over and over Share Pin Email Print iPhone & iOS Switching from Android By Heinz Tschabitscher Writer A former freelance contributor who has reviewed hundreds of email programs and services since 1997. our editorial process Heinz Tschabitscher Updated January 22, 2020 The typical way to send a group email in iOS is to do so from the Contacts app. However, that method isn't the fastest. A speedier way to send group emails from your iPhone or iPad is from the Mail app. If you email things back to back to various groups, you'll find that this technique works great. These screenshots were taken from an iPad with iOS 13, but the text directions are relevant for older versions, too, for not only iPad but also iPhone and iPod touch. How to Quickly Send a Group Email After you set up the group in the Contacts app, follow these steps to use Mail to deliver the email to the group: From the email, whether a new one or a reply or forward, select the plus sign next to the To or Cc/Bcc field. How to Email Multiple Recipients Using Cc and Bcc Search for and select the email group you want to message. If you decide after adding the group to the email that you want to change how to send the message (for example, to switch to Cc instead of Bcc), tap-and-hold the group of email addresses and drag to a different field. Compose the email as you normally would. Before sending the email, you might want to check that the addresses that populate the field are correct (double-tap the group name if you don't see them all listed). Send the email to the recipients in the group.