Google contacts is a nice way to store your contacts, but sometimes things get little overcrowded over there. Sure, deleting contacts is a logical thing to do, but sometimes we get caught up in the heat of the moment and delete needed contacts by mistake.
There is a very simple way in which you can restore your deleted contact that you thought we long gone. As it turns out, Google has thought about the possibility of someone rushing too much when deleting contacts and strategically thought of a way of how we can restore them.
Here’s how you can do it!
- Go to your web browser. Type in the Google Contacts address and then you can start!
- You will see a menu on your left. Click on that menu and then select More. From the options listed there, choose Restore contacts.
- Under restore contacts, you will see given time frames within which you can restore your deleted contacts. You can choose at least 10 minutes, or you can go for the custom option and choose your preference.
Pretty simple, eh? Well, the thing is that you may end up needing to delete unneeded contacts once again since all of the contact you deleted within that time frame will be back, but still, at least you will get your valuable and mistakenly deleted contacts back!