How to Verify Your Domain With Google Workspace

Learn How to Verify Your Domain With Google Workspace

After purchasing Google Workspace and activating your subscription, you will then need to verify your domain with Google. This is done by adding a specific TXT record to your domain’s DNS.

This guide will show you how to verify your domain with Google using a TXT record, so you can complete the Google Workspace setup process.

Verify Your Domain

  1. Login to the Google Workspace Admin Panel using the following URL:
    https://admin.google.com.
  2. Click the Verify Domain button under the Domains section.
    Verify Domain With Google Workspace
  3. You’ll see a “Welcome to the Admin Console” message. Click the Next button.
    Google Workspace Click Next
  4. Click the Verify button.
    Verify Google Workspace
  5. On the next page click the Continue button.
    Google Workspace Continue Button
  6. You will then see your TXT record listed. Click the Copy button. It may be helpful to paste this into notepad or a similar editor for later use.
    Copy TXT Record For Google Workspace
  7. Scroll down and click the Go to InMotion Hosting link. It should open in a new tab.
    Go to InMotion From Google Workspace
  8. Click the Login button on the top right, then login to AMP.
  9. Under your hosting plan click the DNS Zone Editor option.
    Access DNS Zone Editor
  10. Next to your domain name click the Manage button.
    Manage Google Workspace Zones
  11. Click the + Add Record button.
  12. On the top row, enter your domain under Name followed by a period. Such as:
    example.com.
  13. Under Type select TXT from the drop-down menu.
  14. Paste your Google Workspace TXT record into the Record section then click the Add Record button.
    Add TXT Record for Google Workspace
  15. Return to the Google Workspace tab and click the Verify My Domain link. The verification can take several minutes to complete.
    Verify Domain With Google Workspace
Google Workspace Domain Successfully Verified

You will then see a checkmark confirming that you have successfully verified your domain with Google. You can now begin using Google Workspace with your domain. We recommend our next guide on how to Activate Gmail in Google Workspace.

JB
John-Paul Briones Content Writer II

John-Paul is an Electronics Engineer that spent most of his career in IT. He has been a Technical Writer for InMotion since 2013.

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2 Comments

    • Hi, Edupak! Google Workspace let’s you use Google for your mail hosting. Some businesses already have long established mail accounts with Google, and other businesses simply want to keep mail on an external server. Hope that helps!

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