Google Apps (G Suite) is a cloud-native suite of productivity apps such as Gmail, Docs, Contacts, Calendar and more. Many users want to export contacts from G Suite to be kept as a backup or to import it into other applications. In this blog, we will provide you with the different methods using which you can backup and export Google contacts to VCF or CSV on the local storage system.
This method defines how you can take backup of individual G Suite users by accessing the Gmail account one at a time.
This will export contacts from G Suite application. If you wish to backup only selective contacts, select the contact from the list before choosing the More > Export option.
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Similar to the first option, this method is also designed for exporting individual Google account contacts. You will have to carry out the steps for each user one at a time.
This is the best method in terms of batch exporting contacts from G Suite account. If you are a G Suite admin and have to take backup of multiple users at once, then opt for this solution.
Note: This tool can take backup of 4 different data categories in G Suite: Emails, Contacts, Calendars & Docs. It can also export data of multiple Google Apps user at once. Moreover, you can choose the users whose data(contacts, and other items) you wish to take backup of.
This blog is all about the query i.e., how to backup contacts of Google Apps account. The blog explains three different methods to export contacts from G Suite. The first two solutions can easily help you accomplish your task but only for one G Suite user. They are not intended for G Suite admin to batch export multiple user accounts at once. While the third solution is a third-party tool that allows you to backup contacts from G Suite or Google Apps concurrently for all G suite domain users. It also helps to export emails, calendars, and documents and hence works as an all-round backup tool for G Suite users.