Google Workspace rolls out multi-admin approval feature for risky changes

A new Workspace feature from Google needs multiple administrators to approve changes to high-risk settings to avoid unauthorized or inadvertent changes that could compromise security.

A comprehensive suite of cloud-based productivity and collaboration tools, Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) integrates services like Gmail, Google Drive, Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Google Meet, and Google Calendar to provide a unified solution for individuals, businesses, and educational institutions.

Google revealed plans to launch a new feature called multi-party approvals in August. This feature requires one admin to review and approve sensitive operations that another admin has started.

According to Google, the mechanism for approving requests has been developed to minimize administrative workloads and minimize friction read more Google Workspace rolls out multi-admin approval feature for risky changes.

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