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Google Cloud による Managing Google Workspace の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック



Managing Google Workspace is the second course in the Google Workspace Administration series. This course focuses on the Google Workspace core services such as Gmail, Calendar, and Drive & Docs. You will become familiar with the various service settings, and learn how to enable them for all or just a subset of your users. You will gain an understanding of Google Vault, Google’s ediscovery service. You will understand the various admin console reports that are available and be able to search and filter the information in these reports. Finally you will see how multiple domains can be used with Google Workspace and learn how to add a new domain to your account. By the end of this course participants will be able to: - Enable and disable Google Workspace services for different parts of the organization. - Configure common settings for Google Workspace core services such as Gmail, Calendar, and Drive and Docs. - Understand the mobile device management options available in Google Workspace. - Describe Google Vault and learn how to use it to retain, search and export your organization's data. - Navigate and interpret Google Workspace admin reports and setup administrator alerts. - Explain the basics of multi domain management within Google Workspace. Prerequisites You should have completed the Introduction to Google Workspace Administration course....




Great course for the ones who are really interested in Google Admin. I really recommend because All the tools can be manage and make your company more efficient with G Suite.



I feel like I have the basics to go on and use most ( if not all) of the G-Suite and help to manage my organization and make useful additions to it on a regular basis.


Managing Google Workspace: 126 - 150 / 162 レビュー

by Raúl d b


it is pretty good, but you need to add at least images as soon as you can. Thank you!

by Howard B


Some quiz answers don't line up with reality. Especially in the reporting section.

by Mozart A G d H


Agregaría imágenes a cada una de las instrucciones, pero muy buen curso.

by Anthony T D


Great course, but definitely couldv'e used videos for clarification.

by Nathan W


Wish there were more video tutorials I could follow along to.

by Richard C


some steps are out of date as Google have changed some things

by Christof L


5 étoiles avec la traduction française ;-)

by Yami C


Domain Quiz seems to be inaccurate.

by Christopher R


All great, apart from a few typos.

by Greg R


Some typos. Good starting content.

by Mohamad F


got a bug for updating the score

by Rasool S


Good content for beginners

by Gokul P


Beautifully illustrated

by Abhishek P


Nice test

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by Deleted A


It isn't that I didn't like it, as the quizzes had a way of letting you know you didn't understand something. However, the content was not very engaging.

I appreciate that it is very important to learn to master searching text documentation. However, as a Coursera course, audio and video would have made it much more engaging.

I found a comprehensive course online by a G Suite partner. Maybe you can look him up to help you take this course and this specialization to a higher level. The link to his course is below:

Thank you for all Google does:)

by Norman L


In Reporting Create Email Alerts, they've changed how it's done. You can no longer do this "Return to the Reports page and click Manage alerts. You should see your new alert listed. From here you can use the slider to enable and disable the alert." And this was one of the questions in the quiz.

by Bryan W


Overall helpful in understanding G Suite administration. However, there are multiple instructional discrepancies and a few grammatical errors. You should be doing regular quality assurance testing on your courses.

by Benjamin K


Update materials to match current Admin Console, Reporting module was un-useable because instructions did not match current Admin Console locations for settings, or referenced parts of UI no longer exist.

by Daniel C


Most of the time spent was just reading the public support articles. Some of the information in the lessons is out of date.

by Miquel V


El curso está bien pero varios aspectos están muy desactualizados y es imposible hacer algunos ejercicios propuestos.