With our G Suite by Google integration, you can create email addresses for your custom domain. You'll get access to other features like Google Calendar and Google Drive. On eligible billing plans, you can receive a free year of G Suite.
After signing up, you'll manage billing for G Suite through Squarespace. You'll use Google to access your email, calendars, and documents. To learn more, see Who to contact for support.
Note: This guide has background information about G Suite. Visit the signing up or troubleshooting guides for more help.
Am I eligible?
To sign up for G Suite from your Squarespace website:
- You must have a trial site, paid site, or parking page on Squarespace 7. G Suite isn’t available on Squarespace 5 sites.
- You must have at least one custom domain for your site. You can use a Squarespace Domain or a third-party domain.
- You must live in a supported country.
- Your domain can't have an existing G Suite or legacy Google Apps account.
- You can't have another domain on your site connected to G Suite. All Squarespace plans are allowed one G Suite account per site.
Here are the pricing details for G Suite:
- Our integration includes G Suite's Basic plan.
- You can add multiple email addresses, or "users." The number of users determines your total monthly or annual price.
- Annual billing (per user/email address) - $72 / €62.40 / £55.20 / A$100.80
- Monthly billing (per user/email address) - $6 / €5.20 / £4.60 / A$8.40
- You manage billing for G Suite directly through Squarespace.
- Both billing cycles include 30 GB of storage. For more details, visit Google’s documentation.
- G Suite may be subject to state and local sales taxes. If your account is subject to tax, you’ll see it added at checkout. To learn more, visit our guides on taxes in the United States, European Union, or Australia.
Note: Google recently changed the pricing of G Suite plans. If you’re an existing G Suite customer, these prices may not match what you see in your Billing panel or previous invoices. We’ll send an email alerting you when the new prices will take effect for your account. To learn more about this change, read Google’s update.
To learn more, visit G Suite pricing, billing, and invoices.
Can I integrate an existing email account?
You can use our integration to sign up for a new G Suite account.
You can't use our integration if:
- You already have G Suite (purchased from Google or another reseller) with the chosen domain. You’ll continue paying for and accessing your account through Google or your reseller.
- You used G Suite with the chosen domain before. Instead, try signing up directly through G Suite.
If you already have email through another provider:
- You can migrate to G Suite. This requires some coordination with your email host.
- You can keep it with your provider and still use it as form storage, as a link, or on a contact page.
What can I do with G Suite and Squarespace together?
Connecting to G Suite through Squarespace brings more of your online presence together. You can:
- Manage G Suite tasks without leaving Squarespace, like adding users/email addresses, renaming users, and reviewing invoices.
- Connect contact forms to branded email addresses and Google Drive.
- Send and reply to Commerce email notifications from a branded email address.
Note: It's not possible to use Google Voice with our G Suite integration. To use Google Voice, sign up for G Suite through Google directly.
Who to contact for support
Squarespace Customer Support can help you with these G Suite questions:
- Anything in the Email & G Suite panel in Squarespace
- Eligibility and general questions before signing up
- Signing up
- Billing and invoices
- User management
- Add a domain or domain alias
- Administrator privilege definitions
- Create a group
- Migrate mail, contacts & calendars
- Set up Google Sync on your iOS device
- Set up MX records
How do I sign up?
Sign up for G Suite within your site using the Email & G Suite panel:
- In the Home Menu, click Settings, then click Email & G Suite.
- Follow the prompts to choose a plan and create your account.
For a step-by-step guide, visit Signing up for G Suite.