Find a user account
To manage a user's settings, go to their account page in your Google Admin console. Here, you can do things like change a user's password, give them another email address, and more.
Browse to a user's account page
- From the Admin console dashboard, go to Users.
- Locate the user in the list. Then click the name to open their account page.
If your users are grouped in organizational units, select the one they belong to.
Tip: You might need to click to see organizational units.
Search for a user's account page
- Sign in to your Google Admin console.
Sign in using your administrator account (does not end in @gmail.com).
- In the search box at the top of your Admin console, type the user's name or email address.
- In the list of matching accounts that appears, click an account to go to its page.
Search looks for addresses and first and last names that begin with your search text. It doesn't look for text in the middle or end of an address or name. For example, searching for bert returns results for Bert and Bertrand but not for Robert.
Shortcuts and tipsUse search operators to narrow your search
Search for user accounts based on other criteria or narrow down your search by using any of the following operators. Enter an operator, followed by an equal (=) sign and your search text.
|domain||In a specific domain||domain=example.com|
|Whose email addresses match your search firstname.lastname@example.org|
|givenName||Whose first names match your search text||givenName=rob|
|familyName||Whose last names match your search text||familyName=smith|
Tip. Searches can return group accounts, too. If you use search operators, however, you must include the email operator to return any group results, as in email=marketing.
Enter two or more search operators to narrow your search even further.
|domain=example.com email=rob||In example.com whose email addresses start with rob|
|domain=example.com givenName=rob||In example.com whose first names start with rob|
|givenName=rob familyName=smith||Whose first names start with rob and last names start with smith|
|domain=example.com email=rob givenName=bob||In example.com whose email addresses start with rob and first names start with bob.|