Gmail offers its own internal contact management tool which will automatically populate with people that you email regularly. It is important to understand how Gmail handles contacts so that you can keep your contacts organized properly. To view and edit contact records simply click on the “Mail” link in the top left of the screen and select “Contacts” from the dropdown. Gmail's contacts are broken down into groups.“My Contacts” are contacts you add manually to your contact list while “Most Contacted” contains... well, your most contacted. “Other Contacts” includes all of the people you’ve ever emailed. Contacts can be included in more than one group and each will be displayed on the right of the page. Selecting any of your contacts from this list will bring up your contact’s information card, allowing you to fill out more information on a contact. From here you can add the contact to another group, send them an email or add more information by clicking “Add”. Back at your Contacts page, you can create a new group or import your contacts, fully fleshing out your contact list and expediting your emailing process tenfold.