Google Workspace

Instructions for setting up Google Workspace as your Identity Provider

In Google Workspace: Create OAuth 2.0 Client Credentails

An administrator for your company's Google Workspace needs to log in to the API Console and follow the steps below to create new OAuth 2.0 Client Credentials.

From the projects list, select an existing project or create a new one.

If the APIs & Services page isn't already open, open the console left side menu and select APIs & services.

On the left, click Credentials.

Click Create Credentials, then select OAuth client ID

Choose Web Application for Application type and name it "Pushly"

Under Authorized JavaScript origins enter the following value:

Under Authorized redirect URIs enter the following value:

Click the Create button. A modal will show on the next page that includes the Client ID and Client Secret. Copy down both of these values to be used in the next step.

Pushly: Create the Google Workspace Identity Provider

Now that you have your Client ID, and Client Secret you can log into the platform and navigate to your Organization Settings page.

Next, click the Security tab, and click the Add Provider button.

Choose Google Workspace from the Provider Type dropdown.

Provide the Google Domain which is the Google Workspace domain name for your organization.

Fill in the Client ID and Client Secret that was generated in the first step of this documentation.

Within the Associated Domains text area enter each domain name that your organization will be using to to log in via Google Workspace on a separate line. For example, if your email address is then you would enter

Once the provider has been successfully created you can begin inviting users to the platform. Any user invited that has an email address that matches one of the emails provided in Email Domains will be sent through Google Workspace for authentication.

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