I am helping someone with administrative duties, and they very frequently have to send emails to the exact same 2 email addresses.
The two email addresses are extremely similar, and I have to double check each time to make sure I get both right.
In the recent days, I have created a macOS text clipping with the two addresses that I simply open, copy and then paste in the "to:" field of Gmail.
Example: I add "email@example.com" and "firstname.lastname@example.org" to a group that I call "John & Jane Doe" and whenever I want to writer to them both I just have to write "John & Jane Doe" and Gmail does the rest.
We are using the email client in Safari, no third party app.
Is there a simpler way to add two email addresses to the "To:" field without having to search for them in the Address book, especially when the Address book contains similar sounding addresses that can lead to confusion?