As an administrator, you can transfer your users' data—email, calendars, documents, sites, and more—from an existing account to a new one. You can also merge data from several accounts into one account. In some cases, you transfer the users' data. In other cases, users move their own data.
Note: If you transfer a lot of data all at once, it might take some time to see the changes.
|Ways to transfer data to a new G Suite account|
|Google Analytics||You can reorganize your properties in Analytics including moving them from one account to another. For more information, read Move a property.|
You can transfer your own calendars to another owner in a new G Suite account. Learn more at Transfer calendars or events.
Your users can download calendars in their My calendars list or share individual calendars with users in a new account. For details, go to Export your calendar.
|Google Contacts||Your users can export their contacts to a CSV file and then transfer them to their new account. Learn more about exporting and backing up contacts.|
Download—Your users can download Drive files to their computer and move them to Drive in their new G Suite account. For details, go to downloading a file.
Export and import—Use the Drive REST API.
Share—You can individually share files with people in your new account.
Transfer—Your users can copy and transfer content from their school Google Account to another account.
With edit and copy permissions, your users can copy and transfer Drive files in their Shared with me folder.
|Google Sites||The site owner can copy their site to their new account and share it with other users. For details, read move a site.|
|YouTube||If your channel is connected to a Brand Account, you can change channel owners and managers. Learn more at Change channel owners and managers.|
|Other Google products||
Your users can export and download data from other Google products, such as Google My Maps and Photos. Then, they can move the data to the new account. For more information, go to Download your data.