By default Dispatch ships with several G Suite plugins (Docs, Groups, Drive, etc.,). This page documents the available configuration for these plugins and the permissions required to enable them.
Base domain for which this Google Cloud Platform (GCP) service account resides.
This is used by the Google API Discovery Service and prevents rate limiting.
Client email for the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) service account.
Client ID for the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) service account.
Account to delegate to from the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) service account.
Private key (PEM format) for the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) service account.
Private key ID for the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) service account.
Project ID for the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) service account.
Used for development to funnel all emails to a specific user.
This is meant to provide guidance on enabling Dispatch's G Suite plugins, your organization may differ slightly.
Navigate to the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) console.
Create a new service account (APIs & Services > Credentials > Create Credentials > Service Account).
Once created, download the JSON based key and use it's values to populate the above configuration values:
Create a Developer API key (APIs & Services > Credentials > Create Credentials > API Key), and set the value of
Enable the following APIs (APIs and Services > Library):
Google Drive API
Google Docs API
Google Calendar API
Admin SDK (necessary to create and manage groups)
Finally, map the
client_id of the created service with the required OAuth2 scopes.
Navigate to admin home (Security > Advanced Settings > Manage API Client Access), and add the following scopes:
Note: If you will not use Google Meet for your conference then you do not need the
Then construct this link and click it: