Hi there, Jamie Keith here tonight, a teacher's Tek. I hope you're having a great night tonight. Tonight, I want to show you how to make a group inside the new Gmail. They've changed a few things and call them labels now. So why do you want a group? Well, if you compose a message, you can just write the group's name and send it to everyone in the group, saving you a lot of time. To do this, go to your app launcher at the top and look for Contacts. If it's not there, you can move it around. I suggest dragging it to the top for easy access. Open up your Contacts and create a new label. Let's call it "Example Group." Now, you can add contacts to the group by hovering over them in the Contacts list and clicking on "More actions." Click on "Add to group" and select your Example Group. You can add as many contacts as you like. Once you have your group set up, go back to Gmail and compose a new message. Start typing the group's name, and you'll see it appear with the names of the contacts in it. Select the group, write your message, and hit send. It will automatically be sent to all the contacts in the group. This feature can save you a lot of time if you frequently send emails to the same group of people. So give it a try and see how it speeds up your emailing process in the new Gmail. If you liked this tip, make sure to share it with others and hit the like button. Also, remember to subscribe to my channel for more weekly tech tips. Thanks for watching, and I'll see you next time.