Originally posted on the Google Cloud Blog by Greg Brosman, Product Manager, G Suite Marketplace
Starting today, we’re making it possible for you to access all of your favorite G Suite extensions in one place by bringing add-ons and web apps from the Chrome Web Store into the G Suite Marketplace.
If you’re not familiar with the G Suite Marketplace, it’s the app store for G Suite. Whether you want to boost your productivity, take control of your calendar or do more from within your inbox, you can browse more than a thousand options to customize how you work in G Suite. IT admins also have the ability to manage access and controls of apps from within the G Suite Marketplace—like whitelisting app access for users or installing an app for an entire domain (read more about best practices here). If you’re an admin, you can access the marketplace from within the Admin console (Go to Tools > G Suite Marketplace).
How to migrate existing apps if you’re a developer
Going forward, new G Suite extensions will be listed only on the G Suite Marketplace to make it easier for you to manage your listings. This includes all G Suite apps with add-ons, like Docs, Sheets and Drive. If you have existing apps listed on the Chrome Web Store, you’ll have 90 days to migrate them. Here are specific instructions for editor add-ons, Drive v3 apps, and Drive v2 apps to get that process started. Ratings and reviews will be included in the migration, and existing users will continue to be able to use their apps.
We look forward to seeing your apps on G Suite Marketplace!
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