To distribute settings throughout your hierarchy most efficiently, configure a top-level org first, then create sub-orgs below it. The org’s settings are then copied to each new sub-org. Begin by configuring your initial user org.
WARNING: To propagate common settings throughout your hierarchy, make them separately for each org or use batch commands. Many org settings have an option to propagate setting to sub-orgs automatically. Caution should be used when applying settings and filters automatically to existing sub-orgs since this applies the setting changes to all sub-orgs.
- Go to Orgs and Users > Orgs, and click your user org. It’s indented below your email config, which is marked with a icon.
Tip: To see all your orgs, you might have to choose your top-level Account org from the Choose Org list at the top of the page.
- On the org’s Organization Management page, click links to configure its service. Settings you make here apply to all users in the org. For details on org-level settings you might want to make right away, see: