Adding to an already impressive list of apps that can be auto provisioned by G Suite admins, Google has added four more popular apps to the mix. For those that are new to auto provisioning, this allows an admin to provision an account in a popular service or services along with their G Suite account at the time it is setup or later if the service is added to the domain.
The announcement today brings auto provisioning support for
That brings the total number of auto provisioning supported apps to 22.
G Suite Education, Business and Enterprise customers can auto provision all supported apps while those on Basic, Government or Nonprofit profit plans can auto provision up to three applications. For those that are curious as to which apps are supported, you can check out the full list here.
While the help page has been updated, it could take up to 15 days for these new apps to appear as eligible apps for auto provisioning on your domain. Admins do not necessarily have to do anything in the meantime but will need to configure apps for provisioning, should they need to do so, once the feature hits their domain.