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Set up Essentials for your domain - Google Workspace Admin Help [gg-a-en]

Set up Essentials for your domain

For: Managing Essentials for your entire organization

Use this guide to set up additional Google Workspace Essentials features for your domain. This requires being the owner or IT admin for your organization's domain.


Sign up with your business email address

Sign up for Essentials Starter with the email address at the domain where you plan to use Essentials. This should be an address where you can currently get mail.

Note: You can't sign up with an address at a public web host like or Instead, you must use a custom address, such as for a business or organization. 

Alternatively, you can buy Enterprise Essentials edition through a Google Sales representative or local reseller.


Upgrade to Enterprise Essentials

If you signed up for Essentials Starter edition, go to the Billing page in your Admin console, and upgrade your subscription to Enterprise Essentials.

Or, you can upgrade to Enterprise Essentials during the domain-verification process in the next step.

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Verify your domain to unlock more features

Verify your domainAfter you upgrade to Enterprise Essentials, you can unlock features:

  • User (identity) management features, such as the ability to create user accounts and manage user profiles
  • Advanced security features, such as admin-managed 2-step verification and password monitoring and enforcement

Unlock features by verifying that you or your organization owns your domain. You'll then assume full administrative control of all Essentials user accounts in your organization.

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Set up a new billing account for your domain

Set up billingAfter you verify your domain, you must set up a new billing account. Do this even if you already set up billing as an email-verified customer in step 1 of this guide. To protect the data of these customers, we delete the billing accounts they set up for their email-verified service.

Set up billing to avoid suspension: After you verify your domain, you have 15 days to set up billing. If billing was already set up, you must set it up again. Otherwise, your account will be suspended.

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Access your administrator account

one person business sign inAfter you verify your domain, you'll manage all services, users, and security controls from your Google Admin console. If you previously managed your Essentials team using the Team dashboard in Drive, you'll now do these tasks in the Admin console.

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Set up and manage your team

one person business build teamUse your Admin console to set up and manage your users' accounts and contact information.

Set up

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Manage video calls

Manage video callsSet up the video meeting features you want your users to have.

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Manage chat collaboration

Manage Chat collaboration.  Set up the chat features you want your users to have.

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Work with cloud storage & online docs

one person business cloud storageImport your organization's files to Google Drive. Set up file storage and sharing options. Then discover a powerful suite of document, spreadsheet, and presentation apps that you work with in your browser

Set up

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Manage calendars

Manage calendars.(Optional) Turn on Calendar

Set up


Set up your organization's account

Set up your accountAdd your logo. Then depending on your business needs, you may want to set up additional account security features.

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Train your users

one person business get more trainingGet training guides, tips, customer examples, and other resources to help your users work smarter and master Essentials for the workplace.


Upgrade for more services

one person business grow businessReady for more? Upgrade to a  Business or another Enterprise edition to add Gmail to your service suite.

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