This is how you easily find archived emails in gmail When I switched from Microsoft Outlook to Gmail, one of the first questions I had was about finding my archived emails in Gmail, because I could not find a label called archived emails. So I did a bit of research and found out some interesting
AN ADMIN GUIDE TO MANAGE WINDOWS DEVICES VIA GOOGLE Google recently launched an option for G Suite (and Cloud Identity) customers to manage Windows 10 devices right from Google Admin Console. I invested sometime in learning how it works, so I can help community manage Windows devices via G Suite and get more out of
There might be use cases where you would like your Office 365 users to authenticate via their G Suite or Google Cloud Identity accounts.
Google Cloud Identity is very flexible and it can be used as “Service Provider”, Identity provider or even both.
In this blog post, I would show you how you can use Google Cloud Identity (or G Suite) as identity provider and authenticate securely to Office 365 via SAML 2.0 (or WS-Fed).
There might be scenarios where you would need to recover your deleted emails, may be because you deleted them by mistake, or you never thought you would need them back.
but….. now….. you might be asking, “Are deleted Gmail emails recoverable“?
The answer here really “depends” on whether you are using consumer Gmail (@gmail.com) account OR G Suite account, are you a regular user OR G Suite Admin, which G Suite plan you have subscribed to………
Let us see all these scenarios in details, and how they impact our ability to recover our deleted Gmail emails.
We all subscribe to different products and services, and it is not unusual to forget to either renew the subscription we want to keep, or auto-renew the one we don’t want to renew.
There are subscription tracking applications in market, but I rather decided to build my own simply with Google Sheet.
I thought to share it with the community, feel free to look at this tutorial, and use it to track your subscriptions for free.
If you use G Suite (or G Suite Essentials), you might be leveraging Google Meet to organize your video meetings (and live streaming if you are on G Suite Enterprise plan).
If your meeting had more than a few attendees, you might want to know who attended your Google Meeting (or live steam) and for how long.
Though Google Meet records attendance but this information is provided in Google Admin Console, and one needs G Suite Admin access to see it, which is not scalable as you don’t want to give G Suite admin access to all your users.
So I thought to create a self service solution where your G Suite users (without admin access) can simply fill up a Google Form, and instantly get their Google Meet attendance report.