If your organization has more than 200 users and uses SSO authentication or complex mail routing,
see the Enterprise deployment section instead.

Need help? Contact G Suite Support

Call our Support team, available 24/7. Please have your G Suite PIN ready.

Phone numbers for additional countries and languages​.

Find out how to verify your domain

More support options

  • Questions about your personal Gmail account? Find answers and tips at the Gmail forum and Help Center.
  • If you use the legacy free edition of G Suite, see the forum or consider upgrading.

Set up your G Suite account

Sign up your organization’s domain for a G Suite free trial.

Add your first users to your G Suite account in the Setup Wizard. If you want to add more than 10 users during the trial, choose "Manual Setup" from the Setup Wizard. You can still complete all the steps below by signing in to your new Google Admin console.

Next, verify your domain ownership to start using G Suite (this doesn’t affect your current mail or website).

The last step to set up your account is changing your domain’s MX records to send your mail to your Gmail inbox.

Sign in to your Admin console


Run a pilot

Try G Suite with a small number of users. You can run a short 5-step pilot to evaluate Gmail, data migration, and mobile access.

Run a 5-step G Suite pilot


Add remaining users

After your pilot, if you haven’t already added all your users initially during setup, you can add remaining users individually or by uploading a spreadsheet. We also provide tools to sync user accounts in Microsoft® Active Directory® or another LDAP server with G Suite.

Skip this step if you’ve already added all your users when you set up your G Suite account.

See options for adding users


Prepare your communications

Start notifying your team about the switch to G Suite. Customize our communication templates with your logo and prepare your users for the transition.

See the communication templates


Migrate your mail, calendar, and contacts

Use the migration tools to import your team’s existing email, calendar events, and contacts to G Suite. You can migrate data directly from Microsoft Exchange®, IBM Notes®, or another IMAP server. Or you can help your team import data, such as their contacts, by themselves.

Learn about migration options


Set up mobile devices

Let your team get email, calendar, and documents while they’re on the go. Turn on security features and set up your team with G Suite for mobile devices.

Learn about going mobile


Get your team up to speed

Introduce your users to the G Suite Learning Center for quick start user guides and use cases. They can tune into From the G Suite for weekly tips, presented by G Suite experts.


Tools to plan and execute your deployment


Change management

You can help your users transition smoothly to G Suite and help them be more efficient and collaborative by providing live and pre-recorded training.

Get your users quickly up-to-speed with G Suite by following a streamlined change management plan.

Visit the change management section

Change management

Going Google video

Introduce the benefits of moving to G Suite with this short video.

Download the video (77.9 MB, MOV) to add to your intranet or share the link on YouTube.


Resources for your rollout

Visit the Resources section for tools to help you with your transition:

  • Training and tips for users
  • Training and what’s new for IT
  • Communication templates and logos
  • Transformation gallery for use cases

Visit Resources

Resources for your rollout

Administrator and deployment certification courses

Learn to configure and manage your G Suite account by completing online course for administrators.

See more training resources for administrators

Administrator and deployment certification courses

Next steps

Feature release options

As the administrator, you control when your organization receives new features and updates. They can be added automatically as they are released by Google, or you can decide when new features become available.

Train your team

Visit User training to help your users get familiar with G Suite and master G Suite for the workplace.

You’ll find weekly tips videos, training guides, examples of how organizations are using G Suite, and other resources to work smarter.