Set up Google Workspace for your organization

After you sign up for Google Workspace, here's how we suggest you get started. Find your edition and type of business, below.

Individual edition

For one-person businesses that don't own a domain and instead use a personal domain, such as,, or Go to the Google Workspace Individual Help Center.

Business editions

Applies for Business Starter, Business Standard, and Business Plus editions.

Refer to these setup guides to use your Business edition with a verified domain. Choose your business size to get started.

One-person business quick start (1 user)

Set up your Gmail business address for the domain you own, start using online docs, and more.

Quick Start guide

Small business quick start (2–9 users)

Add user accounts for your team, make video calls, and work with Microsoft documents.

Quick Start guide

Medium-size business deployment (10–300 users)

Add users in bulk, synchronize with Microsoft Exchange or Outlook, migrate users' data, and set up team sharing and added security.

Quick Start guide

Enterprise editions

Large business deployment (300+ users)

Follow a 90-day rollout plan to introduce Google Workspace to your users, test services and data migration, and successfully transition your entire organization. Or find a partner to help you deploy Google Workspace.

Deployment guide

Schools and nonprofits

Educational institution deployment

If your school is using the  Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals or Google Workspace for Education Plus edition, use this guide to set up apps—Gmail, Docs, Drive, Calendar, Meet, and more—plus educational tools and services for educators and students.

Quick Start guide

Nonprofit organization

If your organization is using the Nonprofits edition, use this guide to set up and work efficiently with your new services.

Quick Start guide

Essentials edition

Essentials (domain verified)

If you're using Google Meet, Drive storage, and online docs editors with an Essentials edition, use this guide to unlock advanced business features for your domain, and set them up for your organization.

Quick Start guide

Branding and notification preferences

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