Emailing multiple recipients individually can be time-consuming, but there are some ways to make the process easier. In this blog post, we’ll share some tips on how to send an email to multiple recipients individually, so you can save time and get your message across more effectively.
How to Send an Email to Multiple Recipients Individually
When sending an email to multiple recipients, it’s important to send each email individually. This way, each recipient will get their email and won’t see the other recipients’ addresses.
To do this:
- Create a new email and add each recipient’s address one at a time.
- Add a comma or semicolon between each address.
- Once all addresses are added, compose your message and hit send!
How to Add BCC in Gmail
When sending an email to multiple recipients, it’s essential to use the BCC (blind carbon copy) feature to prevent each recipient from seeing the other email addresses on the message. This is especially important if you’re sending sensitive information or don’t want your recipients to know who else you’re emailing.
Here’s how to BCC in Gmail:
1. Start a new email and enter the first recipient’s address in the To field.
2. Click the BCC link. This will open up a new field where you can enter additional addresses.
3. Enter the second recipient’s address in the BCC field. Repeat this step for each different recipient.
4. When you’re done adding BCC recipients, enter your message and click Send.
How to Add CC in Gmail
Assuming you’re using the desktop version of Gmail, open up a new email and click on the “To” field. This will bring up a small pop-up window where you can start typing in the first email address. Once you’ve entered the first address, hit the “Tab” key on your keyboard to move to the following “To” field. You can add as many addresses as you want in this way.
Once you add addresses, click on the “CC” field. This will bring up another pop-up window where you can enter additional email addresses that should receive a copy of the email. Like with the “To” field, you can add multiple addresses by hitting the “Tab” key after each one.
When you’re finished adding CC recipients, click on the “BCC” field. This stands for blind carbon copy and is similar to CC, except that recipients added here will not be visible to other email recipients. As with CC, you can add multiple BCC recipients by hitting the “Tab” key after each one.
Once you’re done adding all your recipients, fill out the rest of your email as usual and hit send!
There you have it! You now know how to send an email to multiple recipients individually without them knowing who else you’ve emailed. This is a great way to stay organized and tidy up your contacts list. Give it a try the next time you need to email more than one person at a time.
Also Read: How to Create an Email Group in Gmail
Miles Morgan is a Boston-based author with a particular interest in technology and its potential to change the world. He has been writing since he was a child and his work has been published in various magazines and newspapers.