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Remote Work with G Suite for Nonprofits

Updated: Sep 24, 2022

G Suite is available free for educational institutions and nonprofits. G Suite for Nonprofits is part of the Google for Nonprofits program, which also includes grants for ads and perks for YouTube and Maps. Only G Suite Basic is available under this program. That means you get G Suite’s document apps, email for your nonprofit, and its administration tools but with some limitations.

What Do You Get With G Suite Basic?

It’s the entire G Suite Basic plan which includes all the core G Suite office apps. Gmail in G Suite lets you send and receive mail from the domain of your nonprofit: Once you’re using it for G Suite, Gmail also has plenty of integrations and add-ons. You can pick up these tools from G Suite Marketplace, here’s a rundown of the best marketplace apps available.Calendar lets you coordinate meetings and calls for yourself and your team. Calendars can be overlayed and shared, making Calendar an organization-wide planning and scheduling tool. Docs, Sheets, Slides replace traditional productivity suites like Microsoft Office and move everything to the cloud. You can collaborate in real time on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. There are also a few other apps like Sites.

Drive gives you a place to store all your files, including files created on other services. Accessible from anywhere, G Suite Basics users get 30GB of cloud storage on Drive.Hangouts is G Suite’s video meeting tool. You can host or join video meetings. Anyone with the link can join, they don’t have to be a Gmail user or G Suite subscriber. Hangouts integrates with Calendar and can be accessed from Gmail inbox.You also get G Suite Admin tools, based on a central dashboard to control user accounts, security settings, and user access to features and services. You’ll be able to remotely manage mobile devices with Android or Chrome OS, track usage trends, and get 24/7 support from G Suite’s support team.

Need tailored help to get you started? Then it's best to consult a Google Workspace Expert in Auckland - call Tony at 021-804-602 or visit PC Onsite for more information.

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