How to Know the Members of a Google Group from Gmail

When you receive an email sent to a Google group, you would not immediately know the members of it. This is unlike the casual method of group mailing wherein the sender inputs multiple email addresses on the cc field.  In order to see the Google group from Gmail, our add-on can help with it.

Google group in Gmail

With Shared Contacts for Gmail®, you can view not only who is in the group. You can as well know the member’s public information like email addresses and other available contact information. 

In order to do so, follow these steps:

1. Ensure you have installed Shared Contacts for Gmail®. If you don’t have it yet, read this article on how to do so. 

2. If you already have Shared Contacts for Gmail®, check your side panel and look for the logo. If the side panel is hidden, simply click the () “Show Side Panel” icon at the bottom right of the screen.

3. Look for the Shared Contacts for Gmail® logo (). Click it. If you can’t find it, you have to install the Shared Contacts for Gmail® Gmail Add-on

4. The sender’s profile will be visible at first. Click on “VIEW ALL” at the bottom to see the rest of the group.

5. Afterward, this screen will appear. Click “View group members”.

6. Now, you can know all the members of the group as well as how many people are in there. Also, if you want to have more info regarding a specific member of the group, click on their name.

7. All the public information available from the sender will be shown. 

What else you can do as you see the Google group members from Gmail?

With the Shared Contacts for Gmail® Add-on, you can:

  • Be more knowledgeable about the members of the Google group so that you can be aware of who receives the same message as you did as well as those who can read your email replies and attachments.
  • Add any email recipient as a contact or a shared contact.
  • Update information of contacts directly from Gmail.
  • See notes and other details that your colleagues added regarding the contact.

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