What is the Google Admin console?

As a G Suite administrator, the Google Admin console is a single place to manage all your G Suite services. Use it to create users, manage billing, set up mobile devices, and more.

Note: If you’re on a G Suite Trial and need to verify your domain, change your MX records, and set up billing, go to the Setup and Deployment Site.

What you can do in the Admin console

To get started, see how to Sign in to your Admin console.

Tip: If you can’t see a feature, at the bottom of the Home page, click More Controls.

Feature What you can do with it
Users Add and remove users, put users in organizational units, and make another user an administrator to help you manage your G Suite services.
Apps Manage settings for G Suite apps and services (such as Gmail and Google Calendar).
Company profile Customize your company name, language, and time zone. Add your company logo. You can also set your G Suite communication preferences.
Billing Add payment methods, print your invoices, upgrade your G Suite edition, or cancel your subscription.
Device management Add and manage mobile devices for your organization’s G Suite account.
Support Get support from Google by chat, phone, or email or search for specific help topics.
Security Manage security settings on G Suite: enforce 2-Step Verification, monitor or enforce passwords, and more.
Reports Generate various reports to understand how your users manage and use G Suite services.
Data migration Use Google migration tools to import email, calendar events, and contacts.
Dashboard View insights and get notifications and recommendations about your domain.
Groups Create company-wide groups and mailing lists to collaborate.
Admin roles Add another user as an administrator and choose what kind of access they can have.
Domains Verify your domain, add a domain alias or another domain, and more.
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