Google Contacts is a way to store and organize contact information about the people you communicate with. Each contact can contain basic information like names, email addresses, and phone numbers but can also include extended information like physical address, employer, department, or job title.
Google Contacts integrates with all Google Apps, such as Gmail, Drive, and Calendar, through the autocomplete function. This allows users to send email, share documents, and schedule appointments without having to look up contact information in a separate tab or window.
Users can also synchronize contacts between Google Apps and a mobile device to see contacts outside of a browser. My Contacts is the list of people an individual user manages. Users add contacts to this list manually or by copying and saving entries from the Google Apps Directory. A user can add, edit, and delete contacts and contact groups using the Contacts Manager.
My Contacts are private and can’t be shared with other users. But when a user sends email, recipients can see the names a user has saved for each contact.