Manage your domain

This article describes features of business email powered by G Suite, a service that's no longer available. 
In January 2020, we're updating all G Suite business email accounts to G Suite Basic. Learn more.


As of March 4, 2019, we no longer offer new signups for business email powered by G Suite.

Only business email users who purchased a domain when they signed up can manage their domain through Google Domains. If you purchased your domain elsewhere, manage your subscription and modify settings through your domain host directly.

With your new business email and domain name (for example,, you can manage your domain by creating a website and using domain settings.

Create and manage a website

Having a website is one of the best ways to promote your new identity. There are many options for creating and managing your website. For details about the many options available, learn how to manage your web presence.

Your domain is managed by G Suite and is set to auto-renew annually. As such, you’ll receive a friendly reminder before the expiration date. You don’t need to take any action. Upon successful payment, your domain is renewed for an additional year.

Manage domain settings

Use the Google Domains settings to get the most from your domain. For example, you can forward traffic sent to your domain directly to an existing website, and much more.

To manage your domain settings from the Google Domains page:

  1. From your Gmail account, click Settings Settings and select Manage this domain.
  2. Under Subscriptions, click Manage your domain.

In your browser, you can also navigate to the Google Domains settings by entering

On the Google Domains page, choose from the available options. Learn more

  • Transfer your domain to a different account within Google Domains, or to another registrar.
  • Delete your domain to end your domain registration immediately. Once you delete your domain, your business email and website stops working.

Important: Before choosing this action, be sure to carefully read and understand all the implications of deleting a domain.

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