Email and calendar sync for G Suite accounts

Due to changes in how third-party apps are able to access your G Suite account, G Suite Administrators will need to authorize CATS as a trusted app in order for CATS to continue syncing G Suite emails and calendars.

G Suite Administrators will need to whitelist CATS before December 15th for the email and calendar integration to continue to function.

Additionally, CATS users who are syncing an @gmail.com account will no longer be able to do so. In order to sync a Google account's calendar or email with CATS, it will need to be a G Suite account. G Suite accounts are designed for businesses, easy to set up, and available from $6 per user per month.

How to whitelist CATS as a G Suite Administrator

  1. Once signed in to the Google Admin Console, Administrators should open the Admin Dashboard and select Security.

  2. From the Security screen, select API Controls near the bottom of the screen.

  3. From API Controls, click Manage Third-Party App Access.

  4. On the App Access Control screen, click the Configure new app drop-down near the top of the page and select OAuth App Name Or Client ID.

  5. Copy and paste the following in the search field - this is the unique identifier for CATS. 

    558467488786-5f2tc1gedc12eedu8tgkjhn12ajvq65d.apps.googleusercontent.com

    Then click Seach.

  6. From the search results, hover over CATS Applicant Tracking System and click Select.

  7. Make sure both checkboxes on the next screen are selected before clicking Select at the bottom.

  8. On the final App access page, select Trusted and then click Configure to complete the process and save CATS as a trusted app.

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