On October 6, 2020, we introduced a new brand, product experience, and set of offerings to better equip our customers for the future of work. As part of these changes, G Suite is now Google Workspace. Whether you’re at home, at work, or in the classroom, Google Workspace is the best way to create, communicate, and collaborate.
The new name and logo will appear in the Google Admin console, online help, and email notifications.
For background about the change, see the blog post.
New Google Workspace editions
We're also rolling out new subscription options to give you more choices to fit your needs.
- Business family—For smaller businesses, we're introducing tailored offerings that make it easy and cost-effective to get started with Google Workspace—including best-in-class collaboration and productivity tools, security protections, and administrative controls.
- Enterprise family—For larger businesses, we're introducing a set of offerings with additional productivity features, enterprise-grade administrative controls, and our most advanced security and compliance capabilities, available at both the team and organization level.
Choose the edition that's right for your organization.
Edition name changes
|Previous name||New name|
|G Suite Enterprise||Google Workspace Enterprise Plus|
|G Suite Essentials||Google Workspace Essentials|
G Suite to Google Workspace transition FAQ
Below are some common questions about the transition from G Suite to Google Workspace and how it might impact your subscription.
G Suite Basic, Business, and Enterprise subscriptionsHow does this affect my current G Suite subscription?
G Suite Basic and G Suite Business customers
Your current G Suite subscriptions and related services will continue to function as they do today, until you transition to one of the new editions.
- If you’re on a monthly Flexible Plan, we’ll be in touch over the coming months with more information on transitioning to one of the new offerings.
- If you’re on an Annual/Fixed-Term Plan, your current G Suite subscription will continue until your renewal date. We’ll be sharing additional information over the coming months to identify a transition path that best suits your needs. In the meantime, if you have any questions about your renewal, please contact Google Workspace Sales.
G Suite Enterprise customers
Your G Suite Enterprise subscription will be automatically migrated to Google Workspace Enterprise Plus. Please reach out to Google Workspace Sales with any questions about this migration.
We’ll be sharing additional information over the coming months about the transition from your current G Suite subscription to one of the new editions. If you have an active Annual/Fixed-Term contract your subscription will remain unchanged.
You can transition to one of the new Google Workspace editions in the next few months, or when your current commit period ends.
There are now 2 new families of offerings tailored to customers' specific needs:
- Business edition family for small and medium-sized organizations often looking to make fast, self-serviced purchases
- Enterprise edition family for larger organizations with more complex implementation challenges or technical assistance needs over the course of a longer buying and deployment cycle
To see the features in the new editions and compare them to your current subscription, go to Compare editions.
The new Google Workspace editions are the only subscriptions you can purchase online. If you have a G Suite Basic or G Suite Business subscription, please contact Google Workspace Sales to identify a Google Workspace transition path that best suits your needs.
Yes. If you currently have a G Suite Basic subscription, you can upgrade to G Suite Business during your current subscription period. You can also upgrade to one of the new Google Workspace Business or Enterprise editions.
There's currently no impact to the price you pay for your subscription. If you're on an Annual or Fixed-Term Plan, your price will not change during your contract period. If you're on the monthly Flexible Plan, we’ll be in touch over the coming months before your bill changes.
Please contact Google Workspace Sales to learn more about the new Google Workspace editions.
Yes. You can add more users to your current G Suite subscription. Your existing G Suite subscriptions and related services will continue to function as they do today, until it’s time to transition.
If you have more than 300 users, please contact Google Workspace Sales to identify a Google Workspace transition path that best suits your needs.
Enhanced support is included with the new Enterprise offerings. If you already have Enterprise Plus, you can now enjoy this additional level of support at no extra charge.
If you'd like to purchase Enhanced Support for a Google Workspace Business edition, or your legacy G Suite edition, please contact Google Workspace Sales
G Suite for Education, G Suite Enterprise for Education, and G Suite for NonprofitsWhat is the difference between Google Workspace and G Suite for Education?
The changes announced with Google Workspace only apply to business customers. There are a few differences customers might notice between Google Workspace and G Suite for Education.
- Branding—We'll eventually bring the Google Workspace name to our education and nonprofit offerings, but we aren't making any changes at this time.
- Administrator control of communication features—While the integrated communications features (such as the integrated view of Meet within Gmail) are available to G Suite for Education customers, they first need to be enabled by an administrator by changing the Google Chat service to Chat preferred. Learn more
- Pricing—The new editions and pricing of Google Workspace only apply to business customers. There is no change to the pricing of our education and nonprofit editions.
- Education-specific features—G Suite for Education offers tools to address the specific needs of educators, such as originality reports, Assignments, and Classroom.
No. G Suite for Education and G Suite Enterprise for Education have the same products that meet the needs of teachers and students that they’ve always been using. This includes Classroom, Assignments, Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides, and Google Meet. We'll continue to develop these tools to meet the evolving needs of educators.
G Suite for Nonprofits will continue to be available to eligible organizations.
AppSheetWhat is AppSheet?
AppSheet is Google Cloud’s no-code application development platform that enables anyone to build collaborative mobile and desktop apps. With AppSheet apps, users can streamline processes and simplify work, such as running safety inspections, managing work orders, tracking candidates, and managing inventory. AppSheet will soon be available as an additional service to Google Workspace customers.
Google Workspace users can build apps that read and update data in Sheets, and read, save, and store files on Drive. Visit www.appsheet.com to learn more
Enterprise Plus customers get access to AppSheet Pro. To learn more about AppSheet Pro, visit AppSheet Pricing.
If you need help accessing the AppSheet licenses included in your Enterprise Plus subscription, please contact Google Workspace Support.
Users can access AppSheet and create applications for free. When sharing apps with users, an AppSheet subscription is required. To get started:
- Go to appsheet.com.
- Sign in to AppSheet using your Google Workspace credentials.
Until November 2020, you can enable access to the AppSheet Pro subscription included in your Enterprise Plus subscription by filing a case at Google Workspace support. After that, access to AppSheet Pro will be automatically available after signing into AppSheet using your Google Workspace credentials.
Learn more at AppSheet.com: