What is Google Cloud Search?

Use Google Cloud Search to find the information you need at work—from anywhere, using your laptop, mobile phone, or tablet. It searches across your organization's content in G Suite services or third-party data sources.

Cloud Search is included with the G Suite Enterprise, G Suite Enterprise for Education, or Business edition. Compare editions.

Find what you need

You can quickly find the information you need from your organization's content sources when you're signed in to your Google Account for work or school. Search results come from content in your organization’s domain.

Refine your searches with search operators and filters and see targeted suggestions. To use Cloud Search when you're on the go, install the mobile app.

Organize your workday with assist cards

If you have G Suite services, you get customized, timely information throughout your workday to help you stay organized and prepared. Cards show up on your Cloud Search homepage based on recent activity and upcoming events, such as your scheduled meetings in Google Calendar and the work going on around you. Learn more about assist cards.

About your permission settings

For G Suite content, Cloud Search follows the same sharing model used across G Suite services. That means the content you see is based on the sharing settings already in place for your other G Suite services, such as Google Drive, Calendar, Sites, and Groups.

For non-G Suite content, the search results you see are based on the sharing model set up by your organization.

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How you access Cloud Search

You can access Cloud Search on any supported browser.

Sign in to Cloud Search at cloudsearch.google.com.

If you can't sign in, your account doesn't have Cloud Search. Learn more

Note: Your organization must turn on the Cloud Search service before you can use it.

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