The iPhone stores all your contacts directly on the device, but if you want to sync with your iCloud account to also have them in the cloud. However, you may want to have a backup at hand to make sure you do not lose them.
There are several ways to have a backup of your iPhone contacts. One of the safest options is to have a physical calendar and contacts write by hand, know this so that there will be no technological problem that causes the miss.
But most users prefer to have a copy of your contacts in digital format. You can create a text document, store them in your Gmail account ... but usually is usually done in an Excel document and today we explain how.
Make a backup of your iPhone contacts
Do not panic because to create an Excel spreadsheet with all your contacts do not have to write them one by one. There are two ways to export them from iCloud to Excel in just a few minutes, but we must follow a series of pre - steps that are exported in .vcfformat by default.
At first glance it may seem a little confusing, but nothing is further from reality. Read on and see how it will not take more than a few minutes to have all your contacts ready and arranged in an Excel spreadsheet.
Export iPhone contacts to an Excel manually
From a computer logs on iCloud.com and then click Contacts. Here you will have to click the Settings icon, click on "Select all" and finally "Export vCard".