When you have an audience in Mailchimp, you can import contacts from a file or from one of our many built-in integrations featured on your audience's import screen.
In this article, you'll learn how to import your contacts from these integrated services.
Before you start
Here are some things to know before you begin this process.
If you don't have an audience in Mailchimp, you'll need to create one.
Import contacts from Constant Contact
You can export your contacts from Constant Contact and import them into Mailchimp. To learn more about how to switch from Constant Contact to Mailchimp, and how to switch your contacts over to Mailchimp, take a look at our complete switcher's guide.
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Import contacts from Google Contacts
This import feature simplifies moving your Google Contacts into a Mailchimp audience. You can also import Google groups directly into Mailchimp groups.
If you have more than one audience, click the Current audience drop-down and choose the one you want to work with.
Click the Manage Audience drop-down and choose Import contacts.
Click the radio button for Integrated service.
Click Google Drive.
Click Authorize Connection and sign in to your Google account.
After you're logged in, click Grant access to confirm the connection and return to your Mailchimp account.
Click the Select a spreadsheet drop-down menu, and choose the spreadsheet you want to import. If your spreadsheet has more than one worksheet, an additional drop-down menu will appear for you to choose the worksheet you want to import.
If your spreadsheet has more than one column, you'll need to match your fields in the Mailchimp audience, and click Next.
Review the details of your import, and click Import.