Deleting a contact from Google Contacts will allow you to stop having that user stored into your account, disqualifying the communication between you and that person.
However, you can still contact such user but it won’t be stored into your account until you choose to address it with name, mail, group, etc.
- Go to your Inbox.
- Click on Gmail, to the top left of the screen and click on Contacts to open the Google Contacts screen.
- Click on the little box which appears when you hover over your desired contact, in order to select it.
- Click on the three vertical dots, appearing to the right of the phone number or above your contacts, inside of the light blue header, in order to Hide or Delete such contact.
- Click on Delete to remove your contact from your Google account.
- A grey box will appear advising you of having deleted a contact. You can click on Undo to have that contact stored back again.
- To delete all of your contacts, click on the box appearing in the light blue header, which appears after you select a contact, and redo the steps below to delete them all.
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You have successfully deleted a contact from Google Contacts, congratulations!
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