Google Apps Login

Besides normal Google Account support, GQueues also allows you to login with a Google Apps account and integrate with your Apps calendar and contacts.


What is a Google Apps Account?

Google Apps allows businesses, schools and other organizations to use customized versions of the Google suite of products (email, calendar, contacts, docs, etc...).

You can get a domain name, such as example.com, and then setup accounts in Google Apps for the various people in your group (me@example.com, you@example.com, etc....). Then you can check email in a product that looks and works just like Gmail, except that it's for me@example.com instead of me@gmail.com. Calendar, Docs and all the rest are also tied to your me@example.com account.

GQueues allows you to login with your Google Apps account (me@example.com) instead of having to create a separate Google Account. When you activate Calendar and Contacts integration, GQueues syncs with your Apps Calendar and Contacts instead of the normal Google Calendar and Contacts.

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Logging In

1. On the home page, click the normal Sign In button.

2. Enter the full email address of your Google Apps account, your password and click Sign In.

3. You are then redirected back to GQueues and signed in with your Google Apps account.


Calendar & Contacts Integration

If you sign in to GQueues with your Apps account and activate Calendar and Contacts integration, GQueues uses your Apps calendar and contacts. This makes it easy to share queues with others in your organization and sync with your work schedule.


Add GQueues to Google Apps

You can add GQueues to your Google Apps domain to make it even easier to manage your tasks.

Key Benefits:

  • Access GQueues from any Google Apps product
  • One-time data access approval

Once installed, GQueues will appear in Google's app menu so anyone on your domain can get to GQueues quickly, without having to re-login.

When you install GQueues on your domain, the admin can grant GQueues access to Calendar and Contacts for all users on the domain. This eliminates the need for individual users to grant access and makes it easier for people to share queues with others and sync with their work schedule.


Install GQueues on Google Apps

Installing GQueues on your Google Apps domain is FREE and highly recommended.

Option A - Install with Button (easiest)

If you are a Google Apps Admin click this button to start the install process.



Option B - Install from the Google Apps Marketplace website

1. Go to the GQueues listing in the Google Apps Marketplace and click the INSTALL APP button.

You may be prompted to sign in with the admin account for your domain.


2. Agree to the terms and click the Accept button to allow GQueues to integrate with your domain.


GQueues will now appear your list of Marketplace apps in your Admin Console.


NOTE: It may take an hour or so before GQueues appears in the apps menu for all users on your domain.


Option C - Install through your Admin Console

1. Login to your Google Apps Admin Panel at http://admin.google.com and click on Marketplace Apps.

2. Click the Add Marketplace Apps button at the top right.

3. Click the GQueues listing in the Marketplace.

4. Click the INSTALL APP button.

5. Agree to the terms and click the Accept button to allow GQueues to integrate with your domain.

6. Click the Additional app setup link to finish the install process

Purchase GQueues for Google Apps

If you are ready to purchase GQueues for users on your Google Apps domain you can buy a GQueues Domain Subscription and receive a bulk rate discount.

Read more about Domain Subscriptions to get started.


Uninstall GQueues

Follow the steps below to uninstall GQueues from your Google Apps domain.

This will NOT delete your GQueues account or any of your data, it just removes GQueues from your domain so it no longer shows up in the apps menu.

1. Login to your Google Apps Admin Panel at http://admin.google.com and click on Marketplace Apps.


2. Click the GQueues app icon.


3. Click the Remove App button.


4. Confirm the app removal.


Authorize Data Access

When you install GQueues on your Google Apps domain you explicitly authorize GQueues to access your users' Calendars and Contacts.

If data access if revoked then GQueues' Calendar and Contacts integration will stop working for your users.

To resolve this issue follow these steps to re-authorize access:

1. Login to your Google Apps Admin Panel at http://admin.google.com and click on Marketplace Apps.


2. Click the GQueues app icon.


3. Click the Data access section and then Grant data access.