Mobile Phones iPhone & iOS 840 840 people found this article helpful How to Send Group Emails on Your iPhone or iPad Easy guide for sending group emails 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 on April 07, 2020 reviewed by Ryan Perian Lifewire Tech Review Board Member Ryan Perian is a certified IT specialist who holds numerous IT certifications and has 12+ years' experience working in the IT industry support and management positions. our review board Article reviewed on Aug 22, 2020 Ryan Perian iPhone & iOS Switching from Android Tweet Share Email Sending group emails on an iPhone or iPad is as simple as creating a new contact in the Contacts app. But, instead of entering one email address, you'll enter all the addresses that you want in the email group. Then, use that one contact to address an email to multiple people simultaneously and quickly. Miguel Co / Lifewire The directions in this article apply to iOS 11 and newer. How to Set up iOS Contacts for Group Emails Follow these steps to send an email to a group on your iPhone or iPad: Open the Contacts app. Tap + to set up a new contact. In the Last name or Company text box, enter a name for the email group. Name this contact something with the word "group" in it so that it's easy to spot later. Scroll down to the Notes section. Enter every email address you want to add to the group, separated by commas. For example, an email group for people in a company would look like this: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Put a comma and space between each email address. This section should only contain the addresses in the format shown above; don't add any other notes or information. In the Notes text box, tap and hold anywhere for a couple of seconds to display the context menu. Tap Select All to highlight everything in the Notes area, then tap Copy. Scroll up and tap add email. Choose a custom label for these email addresses, or keep the default home or work. To change the label, tap the name of the label that's to the left of the Email text box. Tap the Email text box, then tap Paste to paste all the addresses you just copied. Tap Done to save the new email group. How to Send Group Emails on an iPhone or iPad Here's how to send an email to all the addresses in a mailing list or group: Open the Contacts app. Open the contact entry for the email group. Tap mail to create a new email to the group. The Mail app opens and populates the To field with the email addresses in the group. Drag an email address from the To text box to move it to the Bcc or Cc text boxes to send blind carbon copies or carbon copies. Tap the To text box to see the addresses, then press-and-drag any address to a different text box. Tap Send to send the group email. How to Send Group Emails From Another Email Client If you don't want to send group emails using the built-in Mail app, copy the list of addresses and use your favorite email app instead: Go to the Contacts app and find the email group. Tap and hold the list of addresses, and wait for a menu to appear. Choose Copy to copy all the addresses. Open the email app. Tap the To text box, then tap Paste. Send the email. How to Edit an Email Group on an iPhone or iPad The Notes section for a group contact in the Contacts app contains the group email addresses. Use this area to edit the recipients of the group, and to add and remove addresses. In the Contacts app, open the group contact and select Edit. Tap the Notes text box to make the field editable. Remove addresses, update a contact's email address, add new contacts to the group, and fix spelling errors. Highlight and copy the set of addresses. Find the email text field that contains the old addresses. Tap that text field and use the small x on the right side to remove all of them. Tap in the empty email field, then tap Paste to enter the updated group information. Tap Done to save the group.