What Is G Suite? How To Use Google Suite Products
What is GSuite?
G Suite (formerly Google Apps) for Work is a suite of web applications created by Google for businesses. Your G Suite account will give you access to Gmail on your preferred domain and 30GB of Google Drive storage per user. Through G Suite, you will also have access to a number of powerful Google applications: Calendar, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Sites, Hangouts, and Plus.
G Suite for Work gives you professional email, online storage, shared calendars, video meetings, and more. Googles Apps makes collaboration simple and effective. You will have the ability to share spreadsheets and documents, create video conferences with Hangouts, and use instant messaging. You can also share calendars with others, making meetings easy to plan.
Ideally suited for small businesses, G Suite will provide you with many tools to help you succeed. One benefit is that G Suite includes some great mobile tools. All of the apps are available on mobile phones and tablets (iOS or Android), as well as Windows, Mac, or Linux computers.
|Seats||Price per Month|
|1 Seat (Account)||$6.00|
|2 Seats (Accounts)||$12.00|
|5 Seats (Accounts)||$30.00|
|10 Seats (Accounts)||$60.00|
Pro Tip: Purchase annually to save - plans are billed at $50 per seat per year.
FAQHow many domain names can I use with G Suite?
You may use G Suite on any one domain on your account, whether it is a primary domain or an addon domain.
Currently, you are not able to import contacts and filters into G Suite. You can import your email through Gmail, however.
In your web browser, go to http://google.com/a/your_domain. Make sure to replace your_domain with your actual domain name. Then you can sign in with your G Suite user name and password.
At the moment, this is not possible. All MX records will be pointed to G Suite when you purchase it for your domain. There will be no ability to mix Bluehost email and Gmail accounts on the same domain.
While you can access G Suite mail from the Gmail web interface, you can also send and receive from your favorite desktop client (Outlook, Mac Mail, Thunderbird, etc.). Depending on the client, you can use the IMAP or POP mail protocol. Here is a guide on How to Enable IMAP and POP. If you’re switching to G Suite from Microsoft Exchange or some other Outlook service, you can use G Suite Sync. This is a plugin that lets you use Outlook to manage your G Suite mail, calendar, and contacts.