It's not possible to merge account from different G Suite organizations / main domains but you could manage your clients G Suite organizations / main domains by using a G Suite Partner account. To get this account you should fill an application forma and be accepted by Google. For further details see https://cloud.google.com/partners/become-a-partner/
Several G Suite apps have a setting for G Suite admins to enable/disable the warning, like Hangouts
From Hangouts settings
Hangouts out of domain warning
By enabling this setting, you provide a warning to users when they’re
having a Hangout with users of an external domain. As an
administrator, this also provides you with more visibility into ...
Two part answer here.
1) The Google API for All-Day events requires that the date.end be a day beyond date.start as date.end is an "exclusive" date, not an inclusive date.
See reference here and guide implemented here.
2) This is a known bug that it randomly affects some people but not other people. Google is working on a fix (per email I received, also ...
There is another way...but only if you are the creator of the thread, otherwise the answer you found is still the only way without inspecting code.
If you use a Bot to create the new chat thread you can specify your own thread id. This means you can store this and use it when posting to the ...
Normally you should see a button to create the G Suite account when you navigate to Email in Google Domains.
If you just registered the domain but see the "Manage G Suite" text, it most likely means someone has created a G Suite account for that domain in the past.
You'll need to delete that old G Suite account associated with that domain before you can ...
however the section My Calendars (capital C) and referenced "+" button in Step 2 below is not present.
Click the "+" button on the Other calendars section, then follow the rest of the instructions.
If you followed the instructions of the help article (considering the above suggestion) and you still doesn't get the result you are looking for, then submit a ...
After having to talked to Google support, and run my own tests - Yes, anybody can permanently and unrecoverably delete any and all information they have write access to in Google Drive in a matter of seconds (obviously, save for any other backups you have manually set up).
Seems like a massive security failure to me, but oh well. We have resolved to ...
Okay, so I found how to do this.
You need to need to login to your G Suite admin account. Navigate to Apps -> G Suite -> Calendar -> Sharing Settings -> change the "External sharing options for primary calendars" to share all.
NB: You also need to do this in Apps -> G Suite -> Calendar -> General Settings, and save.
Then go back to your calendars and you ...