In the Google Admin console, administrators can turn off an organisational unit’s access to Google services. When some users in that organisation need a service, such as Google Drive, you move the users to another organisation that has Google Drive turned on.
With an access group, you create a group of users and turn on the service for the group. Each member can access the service, even if their organisation has the service turned off. If you sync your LDAP directory, access groups offer flexibility within your OU structure.
For example, turn on Google Drive and YouTube for a group of users across your marketing and sales teams. Or give a group of users within your IT organisation access to AppMaker. Groups can include users from any organisation in your account.
With an access group Google Drive is turned off for Organisations 1 and 2
But a group of users within Organisations
1 and 2 can access Google Drive
Happeo uses organisational units to manage the licensing of users and user access. In the Admin Settings under Users you will find an overview of all your organisational units and the users under each organisational unit. Organisational unit are managed from Google Admin console.
In the Google Admin console initially all your users and devices are placed in a single organisational unit. Google Admins can create as many organisational units as they want—either at the same level or in a hierarchy. Each child inherits settings from its parent, which can be customised. Changing a setting at a higher level changes the setting for all sub-organisations that inherit that setting. Custom settings, however, remain unchanged.
When organisational units licensed or unlicensed this effects all users in that organisational unit.
Happeo uses Google Groups to manage user permissions for Channels and Pages. By using Groups in this way, whenever a user is added or removed from a Group they will receive the correct permissions for Happeo Channels and Pages.
Learn more about how the Google Groups work here.