Google Apps Marketplace: Now Open To All Users

by Koosha Araghi on September 17, 2014

The Google Apps Marketplace is an online store that is home to hundreds of cloud based apps that integrate directly with the Google Apps ecosystem. Whether you're looking for tools to manage finances like Quickbooks, a CRM like Salesforce or Zoho to manage your leads, or an email marketing platforms such as Mailchimp, chances are you'll find a solution in the marketplace.

The latest administrative update for Google Apps opens the door to allow users of the organization to add and enable applications on their own. Previously, administrators were required to contacted when new applications were to be added. For end users, to find and add third-party apps for Google Apps, click the app launcher icon, click More, and click More from Apps Marketplace.

By default, users will now have the ability to add new application from the marketplace. The new options allow admins to choose whether select users or the entire domain can have full access to the marketplace or to restrict users altogether. Additionally, admins can choose to whitelist select applications for the domain or different organizational units. To learn more and to view a step by step tutorial on managing the marketplace settings, take a look at the links below.

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Koosha Araghi
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