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    Admin console feature map

    Here's a list of settings you can manage in your Google Admin console, along with a path to finding them.

    Tip: You can also find a setting by typing in the search bar at the top of the Admin console.

    Find a feature or setting

    After you sign in to the Admin console, follow one of the paths below.

    Tip: If you can't find a particular control on the dashboard, look under More controls at the bottom.

    Feature/Setting Description & Location
    Admin roles Manage who can access the Admin console to help manage your organization's account.

    On the dashboard, click Admin roles.

    Analytics Analyze traffic on your sites, documents, presentations and spreadsheets.

    On the dashboard, click Apps > Additional Google Services > Google Analytics.

    Audit log View information on how your organization's administrators use the Google Admin console.

    On the dashboard, click Reports > Audit log.

    Authentication with OAuth and OpenID Provide external apps with secure access to your G Suite data.

    On the dashboard, click Security > Advanced settings.

    Billing and subscriptions Manage payments, licenses, and subscriptions.

    On the dashboard, click Billing.

    Chrome devices View Chrome device information. Manage the organizational units to which administrators assign devices.

    On the dashboard, click Device management > Chrome.

    Communication settings Choose which product news and email updates you want to receive from Google.

    On the dashboard, click Company profile > Communication preferences. Learn more

    Company profile Specify basic organization information (such as name and timezone), administrator contact information, advertisement options, and more.

    On the dashboard, click Company profile > Profile.

    Custom URLs Create simple, memorable web addresses for core Google apps.

    On the dashboard, click Company profile > Custom URLs.

    Data migrations The data migration service lets you easily migrate your users' mail, contacts, and calendar events to G Suite.

    On the dashboard, click Migrations.

    Domain names Add additional domains to use with your Google services, and create domain aliases for your primary domain.

    On the dashboard, click Domains.

    Groups Group users to simplify communication, data access, and more.

    On the dashboard, click Groups.

    Mobile Devices Manage your organization’s mobile devices, without the need for an on-premise device management server, using the Google Admin console.

    On the dashboard, click Device management > Mobile.

    Password strength requirement Specify the required lengths for your users' passwords.

    On the dashboard, click Security > Basic settings.

    Password strength monitoring View the strength of each user's password.

    On the dashboard, click Security > Password monitoring.

    API Access Enable programmatic user account management and synchronization with separate user management systems.

    On the dashboard, click Security > API reference.

    Reports View reports on disk space, quota limits, and more.

    On the dashboard, click Reports.

    Services On/Off Turn services on or off for your users. Services include:

    On the dashboard, click Apps, then the type of service: G Suite, Marketplace Apps, or Additional Google Services. Then click the name of the service.

    Service-specific settings Configure your organization's Google services, including G Suite (Gmail, Drive, and so on), Marketplace Apps, and other free Google services.

    On the dashboard, click Apps, then the type of service: G Suite, Marketplace Apps, or Additional Google Services. Then click the name of the service.

    Single Sign-On (SSO) Integrate your LDAP or other SSO system with the Google SAML-based SSO API.

    On the dashboard, click Security > Advanced settings.

    Support Contact a support representative or find online support options.

    On the dashboard, click Support.

    Two-step verification

    Require users to enter a verification code in addition to their username and password when signing in to their account.

    First, enable two-step verification in your organization:
    On the dashboard, click Security > Basic settings.

    Then, enroll users in two-step verification.
    On the dashboard, click Security > Basic settings > Two-step verification.

    Users Add and manage users accounts. Manage the organizational units users belong to.

    On the dashboard, click Users.

     

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