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How do I find my Google Workspace administrator?
In order to find your Google Workspace administrator, you will need to follow the steps below. 1) On the top right-hand corner of your desktop, there is an account icon (three horizontal lines). If you click on that icon, it will open your account dashboard. 2) Under the Current Tenants and Administrators tab in your account dashboard, you need to see if the title next to Administrator is toggled on. If so, then this is the person who can typically change your settings, reset options or delete accounts entirely should something happen. If you need help with your Google Profile, please let us know by submitting a support request.
The best ways to find your workspace admin
If you are unsure of the current email address of your Google Workspace administrator, there are two important things to keep in mind. First, make a chat request to his or her workspace chat conversation with this person’s alias so that he or she can contact you. Now you may have the recent history with that person from the messaging system. If not, when you log in to your Google account, open up your contact list and click on the orange button “add someone.” This option will bring up a new window for adding people to your contacts. Then press search and enter the first few letters of his or her name followed by “pgi” to find him or her more easily within your contacts list. If you end up liking him as a person but not messaging him, keep in mind that you can always change your settings to “hide” someone—this will remove any presence of the person from your chats.
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The details of who the workspace administrator is
It is helpful to know who the administrator is with your Google Workspace account. This way, you always know who you should be communicating with if an emergency happens and you are unable to access your computer. You can find out who the administrator could be by going to one of the following:
1) The workspace overview tab on the left hand bar of my.google.com
2) The location settings for your account
3) Your Virus/Malware Protection or Family Safety Shield email account
Figure E-19. The workspace overview tab on the left-hand bar. You can see who the administrator is, but you cannot see their name
Figure E-20. The workspace overview tab (same as previous picture). It’s helpful to know the name of your workflow builders if you are the administrator and it is helpful to have your privacy and security turned on so you always know who you should be communicating with when there may be an emergency
What if I can’t figure it out?
It’s a really tough task to figure out who is the administrator of your Google Workspace. You could go through all the other rooms or click on the room name under All Rooms. If that doesn’t help, take this one step further: “Switch account”. Once you’ve switched over to the new account, go back and find the admin of your work space. In the following screenshot you can also see that there are no users in the workspaces.
To switch between Google account for Workspace, navigate to http://www.google.com/gmail/accounts/#mks=desktop &lang=en-GB &c33=1 and select “a new account”. Navigate through an interaction curve that is left out of this document to finish switching between accounts.
Everyone that have their own Google Account has a Google Workspace administrator which is usually your Gmail email address. However, if you need to find someone else’s administrator email you can use this link: https://myaccount.google.com/#Workspaces/E-mails /creators// I’m currently in the process of getting most of the necessary information removed from each user’s account. Here are some recommendations I’ve made:
If you use or have used Workspaces as a tool to track who is accessing what, make sure it deactivates. [ 12 ]
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