iCloud: Create a group and add contacts to it
You can create groups of contacts to make it easier to find specific contacts, such as everyone on your sports team or your healthcare providers, for example.
Contacts includes a default All Contacts group, which can’t be deleted.
Create a group
In iCloud Contacts, click the groups ribbon at the top of the All Contacts list.
Click the Add button at the bottom of the Groups list.
A new group is added, with a placeholder name.
Type a name for the group, then press Return or click anywhere outside the text field.
The group immediately appears in alphabetical order.
To change the group name later, double-click it and type a new name in the text field.
Add contacts to a group
In iCloud Contacts, if the list of groups isn’t showing, click the groups ribbon at the top of the All Contacts list.
Click All Contacts.
Drag a contact from the All Contacts list on the right to a group name on the left.
You can add a contact to more than one group.Tip: You can select and drag multiple contacts at once. Shift-click to select multiple adjacent contacts, or Command-click (on your Mac) or Control-click (on your Windows computer) to select multiple nonadjacent contacts. Drag the contacts to the new group. As you drag, an icon indicates how many contacts are selected.