How to Create Contact Groups on Your iPhone
Ever wonder how to group contacts on iPhone? Contact groups are a great way to keep your contacts organized, especially if your iPhone is used for both work and private purposes. Apple introduced contact grouping for iPhone in iOS 7, later versions support the feature as well. One way to manage your contact groups is to log on to iCloud.com and create them from there – they will appear on your synced iPhone as well.
This might however be impractical for road warriors and heavy duty Address Book users. If you wish to manage your groups on the go, directly on the iPhone, there are other options! This guide outlines one of them by using one of the best apps related to contact management on iOS.
How to organize and group contacts on your iPhone
There is an affordable app that allows you to organize your contacts into groups, directly on your iPhone. You can also use “Address Book Plus” for group messaging or e-mailing. You can get “Address Book Plus” for a mere $0.99 on the iTunes App Store.
Once installed, we can add groups by tapping the upper right plus sign and name them appropriately. The choice of the naming scheme is fully yours! Tap “Done” when you are finished naming your group, then tap on the newly created group’s name. From here we can add new members or add existing contacts from our contact list, stored in the address book app of our iPhone.