If you are the Admin for your team's Google Workspace domain, one of the best things you can do to make using GQueues as easy as possible is to install it on your domain. It is completely free and highly recommended. Key benefits include:
One-time data access approval for all users
All users access GQueues from their Apps menu
License management is much simpler
Automatic Google Contacts integration for all users
Faster setup for your users
Install GQueues on your Google Workspace domain
There are two ways to install GQueues on your Google Workspace domain. Choose the one that works best for you!
Install from the Google Workspace Marketplace
Go to the GQueues listing in the Google Workspace Marketplace and click Domain Install.
You may be prompted to sign in with the admin account for your domain.
Agree to the terms.
👉 Pro Tip: If you only want to install GQueues for one of your organizational units, you can select which group has access on the screen below. You can also always changed this later from the Admin Console.
GQueues will appear in your list of Marketplace apps in your Admin Console.
Please Note: It may take an hour or so before GQueues appear in the Apps menu for all users on your domain.
Install through your Admin Console
Log in to your Google Workspace Admin Console at https://admin.google.com and click on Apps then Google Workspace Marketplace apps.
Click Add app to Domain Install list.
Search for GQueues and click the GQueues listing from the Google Workspace Marketplace
Click the Domain Install button.
Agree to the terms and follow the prompts to complete installation.
Authorize data access
When you install GQueues on your Google Workspace domain you explicitly authorize GQueues to access your users' Calendars, Drive and Contacts.
If data access is revoked, then GQueues' Calendar, Drive and Contacts integration will stop working for your users.
To resolve this issue follow these steps to re-authorize access:
Log in to your Google Workspace Admin Console at https://admin.google.com and click on Apps and then Marketplace apps.
Click the GQueues app name.
Under the Data Access section, click Grant access.
If you have any more questions about how to get GQueues set up for your whole domain, chat in to our Customer Care team!