I want to move some contacts, using drag-n-drop, between two Gmail accounts. How can I do this?
Please mind that I do not want to import/export all contacts, I just want to move some of them between two accounts.
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Not drag and drop - but quite fast, and you get a backup of those contacts for the same price :)
I can use my android phone which has both accounts on it as follows:
The accurate answer is that you cannot.
There are various methods whereby you can make the process of copying contacts from one account to another, but that requires you to copy them, and then delete them on the old account. It's not the same as a move.
Personally, for a one or two contacts, I logged into both gmail accounts at the same time, and copied and pasted the data. For more contacts, the export method suggested by Traveling Tech Guy seems to be the best option.
My way find after long time but easy. I hope it helps. How to migrate contacts from google to google account
if you have an Android device, I've found the app Copy Contacts to be handy for this.
You can choose multiple contacts in one account, copy them, and paste them all into the second account pretty quickly. You can also filter my contact group when selecting which works well for me (since I am usually copying my friends group from work to personal).