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How to Force Install the Helperbird Extension Across Your G Suite Organization


Introduction

This guide provides step-by-step instructions for administrators on how to force install the Helperbird extension across an entire G Suite organization. By following these steps, you can ensure that all users in your organization have access to Helperbird's accessibility features.

Prerequisites

Administrator Rights: You must have G Suite administrator rights to perform these steps.

Admin Account: Ensure you are logged into your G Suite admin account before starting.

Access Chrome Management

Step 1.1: Log in to your G Suite Admin console by navigating to admin.google.com.

Step 1.2: From the Home page of the Admin console, navigate to Devices.

Step 1.3: Within Devices, go to Chrome.

Step 1.4: Click on Apps & Extensions.

Force Install the Helperbird Extension

Step 2.1: Select the organizational unit for which you want to configure the Helperbird extension.

Step 2.2: Locate and click the yellow + button at the bottom right corner of the page.

Step 2.3: In the dialog box, go to the "Add Chrome app or extension by ID" section.

Step 2.4: Enter the Helperbird extension ID: ahmapmilbkfamljbpgphfndeemhnajme.

Step 2.5: In the "Installation Policy" drop-down list, select Force install.

Step 2.6: Click Save to apply the changes.

Verification

After completing these steps, the Helperbird extension should be force-installed on all Chrome browsers linked to your selected organizational unit. Users will not be able to uninstall the extension unless the administrator changes the installation policy.

Conclusion

You have successfully force-installed the Helperbird extension across your G Suite organization, ensuring that all your users have access to important accessibility features.

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