Whether you make changes to your domain name in Google Workspace, you’re using a new domain for your business, or if you want to change how GQueues identifies and groups your subscriptions, you can update your domain name so it’s always accurate.
Change domain name in Google Workspace
If you’re changing your business domain in Google Workspace and migrating your current team members to the new domain, this can be taken care of in the Admin Console from Google Workspace. This is useful when you’re rebranding and updating your business domain name.
These email address changes will be reflected on the subscription management page, but the domain name in GQueues will still need to be manually changed as a final step in the process so that it is consistent with your new domain name.
Please Note: If you have auto-issue turned on, changing your domain in Google Workspace means anyone signing up for GQueues under the new domain won’t be issued licenses automatically until you update the domain in GQueues to match.
Change domain name in GQueues
What does your domain name in GQueues mean?
When you purchase a BUSINESS subscription, the name you choose for your domain is the unique identifier for your subscription. It also makes it possible for GQueues to auto-issue licenses and list the members of your domain from your Business Subscription Page if you’ve installed GQueues on your Google Workspace domain.
The name you choose doesn’t need to be associated with an existing domain. If you don’t have one, then you can put whatever you like in that box as it will simply be an identifier to group your licenses.
However, if you have installed GQueues on your Google Workspace domain, be sure to update your domain name in GQueues, as this will affect which users are listed when you issue licenses from the subscription management page, and GQueues’ ability to auto-issue licenses.
Only the email addresses matching the domain name specified in GQueues will be listed in your Domain Users list.
How to update your domain name
Then, click manage to go to the subscription management page.
On the top right side of your screen, click the button that says Update Domain.
Enter the new domain name in the text field that appears and click Update.
(If you’ve changed your domain in Google Workspace, double check to ensure that what you enter matches that new domain name.)
All existing members who have been issued licenses will still maintain their licensure, and this update won’t change any functionality for existing teams or team members.