Get started with G Suite Dashboard

If you're the administrator for your work or school G Suite account, you can sign in to the Admin console to manage settings and billing.  
If your Google Account is through your work, school, or other group, you can find your G Suite services at gsuite.google.com/dashboard on your computer.

Open apps in your G Suite Dashboard

  • G Suite services (such as Gmail and Calendar) are listed first, then other apps in alphabetical order.
  • You can't change the order of apps or remove apps from your Dashboard.
  • To download G Suite apps on your mobile device, go to the Learning Center.

Tip: Use the search bar in Dashboard to quickly find your apps.

Search box image

At the bottom of Dashboard, click Learn more about using G Suite to find switching guides for Microsoft Office, and G Suite tips and tricks.

Dashboard and apps

Optional: Additional apps

Your IT administrator might include apps that require you to sign in once. After that, you can just click the app.

If you're prompted to install the Cloud Identity Account Manager browser extension, click Install Now and follow the steps to add the extension (takes under a minute)

Alert to install the Cloud Identity extension

Sign in to your apps

Add credentials example

Add credentials

Click and enter your current username and password for the app.

Important: Don't use the password for your business or school account.

Team sign-in example

Shared account: Click to open the app with a shared account, for example, marketing@example.com or jobs@example.com.

Contact your IT administrator to be added or removed from a shared account.

User sign-in example

Your account: Click to open the app.

Contact your IT administrator to update your username or password.

Optional: Install approved apps

Your IT administrator may allow you to install apps.

The Approved Apps section of Dashboard lists any apps you can install yourself.

Approved apps examples

Click an app and follow the instructions. If you have any questions, contact your IT Support team.

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