To connect Gmail, a Google Workspace (formerly known as GSuite) account is required. Read more here on how to create the account
Gmail is a free email service developed by Google. Users can access Gmail on the web and using third-party programs that synchronize email content through POP or IMAP protocols.
This feature is still currently in BETA release and undergoing verification by Google Cloud team. You might be presented with "The app isn't verified" during the connection process.
As of now, Gmail channel does not support Contacts API and Zapier Integration due to technical regulations.
Before connecting Gmail
Due to security purposes, you will need whitelist the resala.io Google app in your Google Workspace Admin before connecting your organization's account to the platform.
You may refer to this official guide by Google on how to whitelist a third-party app to access Google Workspace data.
- Step 1: Login to your Google Workspace Admin
Navigate to this link and login with your administrator account.
- Step 2: Navigate to Security Settings
From the navigation drawer, select Security > API Controls
- Step 3: Locate API controls
Navigate to the App Access Controls section and click MANAGE THIRD-PARTY APP ACCESS.
- Step 4: Configure New app
Click on Configure New App and choose OAuth App Name or Client ID
- Step 5: Select the OAuth Client ID
Select the OAuth Client ID from the list that matches the provided ID above.
- Step 6: Confirm and Add
Select Trusted to allow access. Press Configure to add the resala.io Google app to your Google Workspace trusted list.