Admin Settings (Optional)
Administrators manage key components such as workspaces, users, devices, and licenses. They can also add and remove other administrators with full or limited functions (support admin). Additional admins do not require Azure or Google Workspace™ administrator privileges. However, they need to be a member of the organization’s Microsoft® 365 or Google Workspace environment.
See the list of supported features for full and support administrators.
Add Administrators (Recommended)
- Go to Admin Settings on the Admin Portal. On the Admin Users page, select (+).
- Type a few characters of the admin's name in the Admin Name field. Names from your organization will appear. Select names from the list and select Save.
- Under Role, select Admin for full administrative rights or Support Admin for limited capabilities. Admin is the default. The role can be edited later by selecting the admin name.
- Select Save. The new administrator will appear on the Admin Users list.
The Supported Domains page automatically collects domain aliases from Azure Active Directory or Google Workspace. The default setting is to enable all domains.
Caution: If an admin disables a domain that is already selected, then the associated users and workspaces will also be disabled.
Admins can choose which domain aliases to enable or disable by checking and unchecking the boxes; these settings apply to Synappx Go and Synappx Meeting. Primary domains cannot be unselected. Select the refresh icon to view new domain aliases added to Azure AD or Google Workspace.
Microsoft 365 customers who licensed Synappx Go or Meeting before Version 1.3 may see a blue box with a link to opt in to the directory.read.all permission to retrieve domains.