Third Party Add-ons
Please note: Some add-on’s were enabled by individual users before Google required admin approval for individual activation. That is why there may be an account that was grandfathered and still able to utilize it at this time.
Add-ons vs. Extensions
An extension is something that you add to your web browser to customize your experience while browsing the web (e.g., Google Chrome). An add-on is something that you add directly to a product like Google Docs, Forms, Mail, etc. to extend the capabilities and functionality of these products. Extensions do not need to be approved for use in GU Google, whereas add-ons do. However, the same third-party warnings apply to extensions as they do add-ons and caution should be used when installing these within your browser. View Chrome Extensions
Support for third-party apps
Although Google does not provide any support. Georgetown provides limited support for approved third-party apps. Users accept the risk for installing and using these apps. Often the best support option is visiting the app’s website.
Available Third-party apps
The following add-ons are examples of those that have been whitelisted.
If you have additional questions or concerns please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org (new window).