If you did not purchase your domain through Google or their third-party services, it will be necessary to verify one’s domain before proceeding with setup. In this video, Julio Appling details different methods for verifying one's domain in G Suite. These methods include adding a TXT or CNAME record, uploading an HTML file, or adding a META tag to your site code.
- [Instructor] Before you can use any G Suite services,…you must first verify that you own the domain…to which the G Suite account is associated.…This process involves making a backend edit…that Google can verify.…If you've already purchased the domain…through Google's partners,…verification may already be taken care of for you.…Otherwise, you will need to complete…the domain verification process.…Google gives you three options for verifying your domain.…Adding a TXT or CNAME record to…your domain's DNS settings,…uploading an HTML file to your domain's web server,…or adding a meta tag to the code on your home page.…
Depending on the method, it can take up to 72 hours…to verify your domain.…We'll take a look at each of the verification methods…to help determine the best method for your domain.…If you did not setup your organization website,…and do not know your domain host,…check with your website administrator.…I have already completed domain verification,…but if you have not, you'll be prompted to do so…at the top of the Admin console…
- Choosing a G Suite plan
- Setting up your domain
- Migrating data
- Choosing services
- Adding and removing users and groups
- Managing user access
- Configuring iOS and Android devices
- Working with reports
Skill Level Intermediate
1. G Suite Overview
2. G Suite Setup
3. Getting Started
4. User Management
5. Device Setup and Management
6. G Suite Reports
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