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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?
- Logging In
- Logging Out
- Google Apps for Business and Education
- Calendar & Contacts Integration
- Add GQueues to Google Apps
- Install GQueues on Google Apps
- Uninstall GQueues
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, etc....). Then you can check email in a product that looks and works just like Gmail, except that it's for firstname.lastname@example.org instead of email@example.com. Calendar, Docs and all the rest are also tied to your firstname.lastname@example.org account.
GQueues allows you to login with your Google Apps account (email@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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1. On the home page, click the Sign in with Google Apps button.
2. Enter the domain name of your Google Apps account (the last part of your email address, after the @ symbol). This tells GQueues where to find your login page.
3. Login to your Apps account like you normally would.
4. The very first time you will be asked to approve GQueues to access your account. Click Allow.
5. You are then redirected back to GQueues and signed in with your Google Apps account.
When you click the Sign out link in GQueues you are signed out of your GQueues account. However, your Google Apps account may still be logged in (for email, calendar, etc...). If you are on a public computer and want to sign out of all services for your Google Apps account you can click the logout link on the GQueues home page.
Google Apps for Business and Education
If you are using Google Apps for Business or Education you must ensure OpenID / Single-Sign-On is enabled for your domain in order to login to GQueues. To verify this setting do the following:
1. Go to your Google Apps Dashboard and click on Advanced Tools
2. In the Authentication section click on Federated Login using OpenID
3. Select Allow users to sign in to third party websites using OpenID and save your settings.
Now you will be able to sign in to GQueues with your Google Apps credentials.
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.
- Access GQueues from any Google Apps product
- One-time data access approval
Once installed, GQueues will appear in Google's universal navigation bar 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 makes the process easier for individuals to integrate GQueues with their Calendar and share queues with their Contacts.
Install GQueues on Google Apps
Installing GQueues on your Google Apps domain is FREE and highly recommended.
Google Apps Domain Admins click the button below to install:
Install through the Google Apps Marketplace
1. To install GQueues on your domain, go to the GQueues listing in the Google Apps Marketplace.
2. Click the Add it now button
3. Enter your domain name and click Go. You will then be prompted to login with an Admin account for your domain.
4. Agree to the Terms of Service
5. Grant data access
6. Enable the app
Now GQueues will appear on your Admin Dashboard.
However, it may take up to 24 hours for GQueues to appear in the more menu for all users on your domain.
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.
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 more navigation menu.
1. Sign in to your Google Apps Admin Dashboard and click on GQueues
2. At the bottom of the page click the Delete GQueues link. Ignore the generic warning message - your data will NOT be deleted when you uninstall GQueues.
3. Click the Delete this service button.