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Google Contacts Integration

You can integrate ActiveCampaign with Google Contacts in the following ways:

1. Importing your Google Contacts from within ActiveCampaign.

Import your Google Contacts

On the Subscriber Import page, choose the Google Contacts import service, then click “Authorize Google Contacts access.”

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You will then be asked to confirm you want to grant ActiveCampaign access to your Google Contacts:

After clicking “Grant access,” you are brought back to ActiveCampaign and should see a confirmation that you are now connected:

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Choose a list and then hit “Next.”

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You can filter by Contacts “Group,” or a free-form text search (among all data fields), if you want to narrow down the results:

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Next, map fields from Google Contacts into ActiveCampaign, then click “Import Now.”

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Filter to specific Google Group

NOTE: As of 5/31/2012, this approach is no longer needed. You can now filter to Google Contacts Groups right from within ActiveCampaign.

To import only a specific Google Group, you must first export a CSV file from Google Contacts, then import that file into ActiveCampaign.

Switch to your Contacts, then go to “More” > “Export.”

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Choose what Contact group you want to export, and then the “Outlook CSV” format:

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Then in ActiveCampaign, click “Browse” to locate the file you just downloaded, and then proceed with the normal steps after that.

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