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How to integrate Newoldstamp to Google Workspace?
How to integrate Newoldstamp to Google Workspace?

Learn how to connect Newoldstamp with your Google Workspace to automatically roll the signatures out company-wide

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Written by Larry
Updated over a week ago

Newoldstamp Google Workspace integration allows you to have full control over your company email signatures and manage them automatically. This will ensure that your employees always use the signatures you want them to.

You need to be a Google Workspace administrator to be allowed to configure the integration. Please select the suitable option depending on whether or not you have admin rights.

If you are not a Google Workspace admin, please, invite the Google Workspace admin to set up the integration on your behalf and share this article with the admin too.

If you are a Google Workspace admin, you can proceed to set up the integration. Please, follow the steps below:

Step 1. Whitelist Newoldstamp Email Signatures application.

1.1. First, go to the Google Admin "API control" (Security > API control).

1.2. Click Manage Third-Party App Access

1.3. Click Configure New App and choose OAuth App Name or Client ID

1.4. Copy the client ID given below and paste it into the search bar, then click Search

Client ID:

1.5. Select the Newoldstamp app that appears in the list

1.6. Put a tick next to Client ID and click Select

1.7. Choose the option "Trusted" and click Configure

Step 2. Install the Google Workspace Marketplace app for your domain.

2.2. Install the app for your domain

Step 3. Proceed to connect Newoldstamp with your Google Workspace on Newoldstamp Integrations section.

3.1. Log in to Newoldstamp

3.2. Go to the Integrations tab using the left navigation menu

3.3. Click Connect in Google Workspace block:

3.4. Choose if you would like to enable or disable an automatic sync with Google Directory every 24 hours and click Start Connection:

If all is done correctly, the integration should be set successfully.

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