Your phone is loaded with contacts you've collected over the years. You're an asset, and you should use your connection library outside the bounds of your mobile device. Fortunately, your pixel uses a standardized medium to store contacts that can be used by LinkedIn, Outlook, Hubspot, iCloud, and so on.
With Google Contacts, you can export names, addresses, phone numbers, emails, and other personal information from your contact list as a VCF or virtual contact file . This is commonly referred to as a vCard file, and the beauty of it is that the vast majority of the services you use to store contacts allow you to import from a VCF file. How to Resolve Your Contacts:
Exporting Your Contacts
Now tap the contact account you want to export, and then tap "Export to .vcf". If you do, you will be redirected to a Downloads screen – tap the Save button. Your files are stored in the Downloads folder of your phone.
Using any file browser You can find your VCF file in the Downloads folder on your internal storage and share for OneDrive or your email address to retrieve the list outside your phone. Now you can import your contacts into another service. Here are some instructions for importing VCF files to some popular platforms.
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