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I am trying to create my own custom Google Cloud Search and following this documentation. I need to add a data source through the G Suite Admin console. I login to my Admin console I go through the first step following the path Apps > G Suite > Cloud Search > Search Settings but nothing shows up or exists on Settings window. I am unable to find and locate the "Third-party data sources card". PS. Its a brand new G Suite Domain, fresh and clear.

Anyone with prior experience on this that can help me to find out where that card is?

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  • If you read any of the tags you have included you will see that your question is off-topic on Super User – DavidPostill Jan 3 at 12:10
  • Hi david, I was not aware of the migration from super user. My apologies, do I need to remove the post? – Ab Abrams Jan 3 at 12:22
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    No. Just leave it. – DavidPostill Jan 3 at 12:33
  • @DavidPostill can I migrate it back to superuser ? or can I post it there too? – Ab Abrams Jan 3 at 13:00
  • It's off-topic on Super User. That's why it was migrate here where it is on-topic. – DavidPostill Jan 3 at 13:15
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I think you need to be whitelisted first to be able to use this new feature. You should contact Google for that.

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You will need to sign up here to get access.

If you have a reseller you will need to contact them to go via the cloudsearch partner team. Your G Suite or GCP reseller can find out more information on the [Cloud Search] Partners FAQs doc.

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