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Activating G Suite integration

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The Bybrand has an email signature for G Suite, facilitating the creation, maintenance, and updates of the email signatures of all users from the organization. In this complete tutorial, we’ll go through the three steps needed to activate G Suite integration, making the process of editing the email signatures way easier.

May 2019 Update
Bybrand now supports many domains of one organization. With this, you can add all of your subdomains and update the users’ signatures very easily.

August 2019 Update
Bybrand now supports updating email signature aliases (secondary). With this, you can change the email signature of the main account as well as all of the aliases accounts.

December 2019 Update
Bybrand is now available on the G Suite Marketplace, so you can install the manager more easily.

Enable integration G Suite + Bybrand

The first step is to enable integration in the G Suite Marketplace, and then go to Bybrand’s panel in the integration area and add your domain.

Enter the G Suite administrator panel, or directly from https://admin.google.com

Install app in the G Suite Marketplace

Video tutorial:

For quicker instructions, in this video tutorial, you can see how to enable the Bybrand application in G Suite Marketplace. Including all installation and authorization steps.

Step by step manual:

If the video above was not helpful, here is the step-by-step process. First, enter the APP part, as you can see in the illustrated image.

G Suite admin painel apps

Click the option to install G Suite Marketplace Apps. Next, then click in the text option. Add services to your domain.

You will see an option box. In the search field, look for Bybrand. The option will appear and click Install Domain.

Authorization part:

A dialog box will appear to confirm the installation and allow the Bybrand application to access your list of email users. As can be seen in this sample image:

G Suite app authorization

Click Continue, and then Accept.

Done, the installation is complete. But before you proceed to the step of adding the domain in Bybrand, make sure your G Suite account accepts external API calls, as you can see in the action below.

Activating G Suite API

Before loading the email users list, you need to verify if the access API is active in your panel. With the APIs, you can create administrative tools personalized for Google products, which is Bybrand’s case.

To activate, please visit: Google Admin console – Security – API reference.
After that, click in more controls, as you can see in this Google tutorial.

G Suite API enable

Add the domain in Bybrand

Users are the email accounts that you have active in G Suite. If everything is correct in the above step, you will be able to upload all the emails from the organization. Click the button to update the users in the Bybrand integration part. Remember that only users of the domain marked as primary are loaded.

Add the G Suite domain in Bybrand

Enter the data and click Save.

Later, you can add other domains if your organization has additional addresses.

This step is important, you can only make changes to users’ email signatures (@domain.com) if you are the account administrator.

Loading users list

Users are active email accounts in G Suite. If everything was correctly done, you’ll be able to load all emails of the organization. Click on the button to update users in the integration part of Bybrand.

Load all users of G Suite

You’ll see the total number of accounts.

Updating email signatures of the accounts

Now we go to the best part. Choose an email signature and update it as a test. See if the signature was updated by sending a new message.

Bybrand does not automatically update, you’ll need to send the modifications again to a new user.

Primary domain
In this part of the email signature, you view users from only one domain defined as primary in the settings.

Here is a quick animation.

Updating email signature in G Suite

If you have any questions or difficulties during the process, please get in touch with us through chat.

Removing the integration

At any moment, you can remove the G Suite integration through Bybrand and also through your administrator G Suite account, revoking access.

Updated on 9 de May de 2020

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