How to Grant VM Access to Your Google Domains

Have you ever wished to share the management of your domain with others, but weren’t sure how to go about it? Whether you’re looking to enhance teamwork, delegate tasks, or simply enjoy the convenience of shared management, Google Domains provides a seamless solution for collaborative domain management. By granting others access, you can enlist their support in crucial aspects such as registration, web presence, and DNS settings. You will have to grant access to us, Vigilante Marketing, so we can host your website. In this article, we will show you how!

Sharing Management of Your Domain
  1. Sign in to your Google Domains account.
  2. Select the name of your domain.
  3. Open the menu by clicking on the Menu Menu icon.
  4. Click on “Registration settings“.
  5. Under “Domain permissions” click “Add user“.
  6. Enter the email address of the person you want to share domain management with. To grant VM access, enter the email [email protected].
  7. The person will receive an email notification with a link to log into Google Domains and access the shared domain.
Removing Shared Access to Your Domain

If you no longer want someone to have access to your domain, follow these steps to remove their shared permissions:

  1. Sign in to your Google Domains account.
  2. Select the name of your domain.
  3. Open the menu by clicking on the Menu Menu icon.
  4. Click on “Registration settings.”
  5. Under “Domain permissions,” locate the person you want to remove and click on the “Delete” button next to their name.
  6. Please note that if you delete the person who set up auto-renew for your domain, another person with access will need to re-enable auto-renew to ensure uninterrupted domain registration.
How to Register a Domain with Google Domains

If you don’t have a domain registered yet, check out our article on how!

Helpful Tips for Sharing Domain Management
  • If you have Google Workspace set up for your domain, it’s advisable to share your domain with the Google Workspace admin, especially the person responsible for billing.
  • Remember that people can only access their own Google Payments account for any purchases made through Google Domains.
  • If you use third-party website builder services, you may need to grant new users permission on the web host of those services separately.
  • Be aware that any additions or removals of Google Workspace users by a shared person will affect usage and may impact the monthly charges.

By embracing collaborative domain management, you can streamline tasks, share responsibilities, and ensure efficient management of your online presence. With Google Domains, it’s easier than ever to work together towards a successful online journey. Start sharing and simplifying domain management today!

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