In the coming weeks, we’ll move all Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms add-ons and Google Drive apps from the Chrome Web Store to the G Suite Marketplace. See our Cloud Blog for more details on this change. If an add-on’s developer hasn’t taken action to migrate their listing, new users won’t be able to install it. We’re calling these add-ons “unmigrated add-ons.”
Admins and end users
Why it matters
Existing users of unmigrated add-ons will continue to be able to use them. However, if they uninstall Editor add-ons or Drive apps, they won’t be able to reinstall them. Moreover, if an existing user creates a template with one of these add-ons, any users who don’t already have the add-on installed won’t be able to use the add-on within the template.
How to get started
- Admins and end users: No action is required. To check whether an add-on has been migrated, search for it in the G Suite Marketplace.
- Developers: Drive apps and Editor Add-ons must have a G Suite Marketplace listing prior to September 9, 2019. For more information on how to migrate your add-ons, see here for Drive developers and here for Editors developers.
- Editors Developers Guide: Chrome Web Store migration
- G Suite Developers Guide: Editor add-ons
- Drive Developers Guide: Chrome Web Store migration
- G Suite Marketplace
- Help Center: Use add-ons and Apps Script
- Cloud Blog: Migrating G Suite Extensions from Chrome Web Store to G Suite Marketplace
- Help Center: Use Google Drive Apps
- Help Center (Admin): Allow 3rd-party apps for Drive files
- Help Center: Create a file form a template
- Rapid Release domains: Extended rollout (potentially longer than 15 days for feature visibility) starting on August 28, 2019
- Scheduled Release domains: Extended rollout (potentially longer than 15 days for feature visibility) starting on August 28, 2019
G Suite editions
- All G Suite editions
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