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Options for large companies

If you manage a large number of users or sync your LDAP directory: Use access groups to turn on a service for specific users within an organization. For example, you turned off YouTube for all organizational units, but some users in the marketing and sales organizations need the service. Two options:

  • Move the users to a new or existing organization, and then turn on the service.  
  • Add the users to an access group that has the service turned on.
    Each user in the group can access the service, even when the service is turned off for their organization or the users are in different organizations. With access groups, you can turn on services for users without changing your organizational structure. For information about how to use access groups, see Control access to G Suite and Google services with groups.

Build a hierarchy

Create as many organizational units as you want—either at the same level or in a hierarchy. Each child organization inherits settings from its parent, which you can then customize. Changing a setting at a higher level changes the setting for all sub-organizations that inherit that setting. Custom settings, however, remain unchanged.

If you use multiple domains

You can mix and match users from all your domains in an organizational unit. In fact, users in all your domains are initially in the same top-level organization. To change settings for users in a particular domain, create an organization for just those users.