123 Toolkit for Chrome OS
Description of 123 Toolkit for Chrome OS
When to use it
Use the Google Spreadsheet™ add-on '123 Toolkit for Chrome OS' to get a list of your Google Chrome OS devices in a Google Spreadsheet™. The add-on ensures that you have a list in the spreadsheet that you can sort / compare or filter device data when you need so. You can also perform (bulk) actions on the Chrome OS devices.
Some example use case; the spreadsheet with the list can be used to:
View all Chrome OS devices in the Google Workspace domain
Track the status (e.g. OS version, device support end dates, last user, last sync) of your devices
Remote powerwash the devices or remotely remove all user profiles from the device
Move devices to a new Organisation Unit (OU)
Disable (stolen/lost) Chrome OS devices
Deprovision devices that you’re no longer managing
How it works
1 - Download Device Data
Click the button 'List devices' to get your current Google Chrome OS devices into this spreadsheet. You need to be a Google Super administrator in your domain. The Google Workspace domain need to have purchased Google Chrome Enterprise upgrade in the past.
Add the sheet 'Insights' to get a dashboard on your Chrome OS device data.
By OS version
Active devices by last sync
How to add the Google Workspace extension '123 Toolkit for Chrome OS' to your spreadsheet?
Option 1: Installation from the spreadsheet
Start a new Google Spreadsheet in Google Drive. (https://sheets.new)
In the top menu bar of the Google Spreadsheet select Extensions.
Click in the menu “Add-ons” and “ Get add-ons”.
A new pop-up window will show the Google Workspace marketplace.
Search for “123 Toolkit for Chrome OS”.
Click the button “Individual Install”.
Option 2: Installation from the Google Workspace marketplace
Go to the Google Workspace marketplace: https://workspace.google.com/marketplace
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a product roadmap available?
Yes, when there is interest. The following commands will be added.
move to ou
edit meta data about your devices
add reason for deprovisioning