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With this launch, Google will show whether apps are Google verified in the Admin console on the app details page and the App Access Control summary page.
This visibility will make it easier to make informed decisions about access to Google Workspace data within your organization.
Apps often require access to Google Workspace data to help your users get work done. Google works with app developers to make sure that third-party apps comply with Google privacy and security requirements.
If apps meet certain verification requirements, they are considered “Google verified”. If they don’t complete the verification process, they are considered “unverified” and might be subject to restrictions. You can control which apps can access sensitive Google Workspace data via App access control, and choose to authorize unverified apps if you want.
- Admins: Verification status will show for all apps. Use our Help Center to learn more about app verification requirements, how to manage which apps access Google Workspace data, and how to authorize unverified apps.
- End users: No end user impact.
- Rapid and Scheduled Release domains: Full rollout (1–3 days for feature visibility starting on September 28, 2020
- Available to all Google Workspace and Cloud Identity customers