Whitelist SyncSpider app with Google

Created by Nicolas Wussler, Modified on Thu, 18 Aug 2022 at 08:01 AM by Igor Galic

NOTE:  Currently, we only support integrations for Google G-Suite accounts.

Some of our integration modules, such as Gmail, request access to your data.
Since this data is sensitive, Google requires you to allow our app to access your data.

We are still in the process to to get fully verified by Google. Until this process is done, Google has allowed the use of the SyncSpider app If you Whitelist SyncSpider app.

You can whitelist SyncSpdier by following Google guide here, or by following the steps below.


IMPORTANT!   The whitelisting needs to be done by the Google Workspace administrators of your enterprise account as they are in control of application access rights applied. 


Step 1:

From the Admin console Home page, go to Menu > Security > API Controls.

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Step 2:

Under App access control, click MANAGE THIRD-PARTY APP ACCESS.

From the list of apps, check the box for SyncSpider.

App access control in Google Admin Console

If needed, click Add a filter to narrow the size of the list using the following criteria:

  • App name—Type SyncSpider  as the name of the app in the Contains field, and click APPLY.

  • Type— Choose Web application and click APPLY.

  • Users—Specify a range for the number of users, and click APPLY.

  • Requested services—Choose from services such as Gmail or Drive (depending on the integration modules you plan to use), and click APPLY.

  • Access—Select Trusted and click APPLY.

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Step 3:


Click Change access.


To change access, choose Trusted, so SyncSpider can access required Google services.


Step 4:


On the apps page, the Access column will display the access status for the apps: TrustedLimited, or Blocked.


Make sure you see SyncSpider with the status Trusted.


If SyncSpider is not included in the list:

  1. Under App access control, click MANAGE THIRD-PARTY APP ACCESS.

  2. Click Configure new app, and choose OAuth App Name.

  3. Type SyncSpider and then click SEARCH.

  4. From the list of search results, click Select for SyncSpider.
    Note: If you are configuring by OAuth app name or client ID, check the boxes for the client IDs that you want to configure, and then click SELECT.

  5. Choose Trusted and click CONFIGURE.

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    On the apps page, the Access column will display the access status for the apps: Trusted or Blocked.

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