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Personally, I don't think getting the captions from the Google Meet web app would not be too hard. It's just about setting up a JS MutationObserver to observe changes being made to the captions <div> the web app provides. Luckily, I didn't have to make the extension myself; others have already made them for us to use! You might want to check out Google ...


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In the simple way you describe, it is not possible; i.e., one may not add user@other-domain.com to domain.com as an administrator. If you only want an unpaid (no email, storage, etc.) account with superadmin privileges to manage the domain, you can use the "Cloud Identity" service. You could also use a sub-domain, but that comes with many caveats. ...


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Google doesn't support this functionality. One way to achieve this is by using an extension like Tactiq.io which will save the transcription of your Google Meet meeting, and now also saves the chat log too. Quicker than waiting for google's recording to process.


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Had this very issue today - it seems, per G Suite support, that storage used by Google Photos is NOT shown at the admin console. One can find this info under REPORTS > User Reports > Accounts however.


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In case it helps someone, if you don't see the "Who can post -> Anyone on the web" You need to enable emails outside of the organization in Apps>Google Workspace>Settings for Groups for Business>Sharing settings


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Not all editions of G Suite / Google Workspace have included Shared Drives. From What are shared drives? Supported editions for this feature: Business Standard and Plus; Enterprise; Education and Enterprise for Education; Nonprofits; G Suite Business; Essentials. Compare your edition If your account edition supports this feature, report this issue to your ...


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No. I am hoping to understand the above and thus be able to tell whether a different G Suite user running my script as a web app using their own log-in will count towards my execution time quota or theirs. See the Tanaike's answer to Is there any limit on number of concurrent hits or simultaneous executions on Google App Script Web App. Summary: web apps ...


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Emails to the group email address are inserted as and considered "posts" into the group thread. If people outside the organization need to be able to send emails, you'll need to grant public access to be able to post to the group Go to Group Settings > General Go to "Who can post" and set to "Anyone on the Web"


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I wrote an enormous set of code to go through every slide and look through every page element. CAVEATS: Table of Contents will be based on the first (in order of addition to the slide) text found. If a text box was intended to be the title but was added later than something else with text it will not be used. I have not written code to handle grouped page ...


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At the time of writing this, the english version of this article from Google Drive Help reads that you need Content Manager access to the source drive. However, the french version of the article reads that you need Administrator access to the source drive (translated): For a member of the team to move files from a shared drive to another : He or she must ...


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Use Groups. The best way I've found to handle this is to create Groups. These can be set up in the Admin Console alongside Users, and have an input email address, as well as fine grained control over access restrictions. For groups that will receive from public emails, you'll want to make sure the "Publish Posts" setting is set to "External&...


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