G Suite Admin Login
- New to G Suite (formally Google Apps) and wondering how you can login into your admin console?
- I show you 3 different ways you can login to your G Suite admin console so you can get to important things such as creating users and groups.
- If you prefer watching I have a step-by-step video for you, otherwise continue reading for instructions.
Super Vs Delegated Admin
- When you sign up for G Suite, you automatically become the super administrator. And you're able to do anything including deleting the account.
- However, you can share responsibility such as with your G Suite users whereby you can assign a role or roles to your users. Such a user becomes a delegated administrator
- You can as well make another user a super admin which lets them perform all tasks in the admin console
Way II: Via Admin icon
- Another way to access G Suite admin console is via 'Admin' icon.
- While logged into a G Suite Gmail account, click on the dotted square icon on the top-right corner of the page. Then from the list icons, click on 'Admin' icon.
- You may not find the icon in the same position as shown in the screenshot, however you can drag and drop it in the position of convenience.
Way III: Via URL
- Another easy way to login to your G Suite admin console is to simply type the URL in your browser.
- Type the url https://admin.google.com in your browser address bar.
- If you were previously logged into G Suite, you are directly taken to your admin console.
- Otherwise, Google will ask you to login with your G Suite admin username and password.
There you have it!
- There you have it. 3 different ways to login to your G Suite admin console.
- In case you still have problems logging to your G Suite admin console, you may want to reset your password and try again.
- Make sure you're logging in with a correct Gmail account you signed up with. And not one ending with @gmail.com.
G Suite Delegated Administration
- As a G Suite administrator, Google gives you the ability to share your administrative responsibilities with your users a.k.a delegated administration.
- You do this by assigning roles to different users. For instance, you can let a user reset users passwords.
- Watch the video to learn how you can delegate roles to your users or continue for instructions.
5 (a). Manage Roles
- You can assign pre-built roles or create new roles in case you don't find existing roles suiting your use-case.
- To assign pre-built roles, click on 'Manage Roles' button then see next step.
5 (b). Select roles to assign
- From the list of roles, check appropriate role you wish o assign to a user. Then click 'Update Roles' button to save.
- See a detailed description for each role by clicking on this link.