Last updated: June 15, 2022
This page sets forth the guidelines for use of Google trademarks you should consider when naming and describing your extension. Your use of any Google trademarks is always subject to the Google Permissions.
Using Google Workspace Marketplace badge
To promote your Google Workspace Marketplace app, you can add an HTML badge to your digital marketing assets. See Create a badge to promote your app.
Choosing an application or developer name and description
Don't use any Google trademarks or any confusingly similar marks as the name of your extension or company.
An exception is if your product is compatible with a Google product, you may make reference to that Google product by using the phrases "for", "for use with", or "compatible with" before the trademark, including in the title of the application as shown below. In such cases, be sure to include the ™ symbol with the Google trademark. Example: "for Gmail™".
Using Google logos
Don't use Google brand elements or modified versions of Google brand elements as the logo for your application.
For illustrative or informative purposes, you may use standard, unaltered screenshots of Google services. For further details, check out the Google Permissions page.
Giving proper attribution
Do give proper attribution to Google for any use of their trademarks in your application name or in your description. Example:
- Productivity tool for Google Chat™
- Google Chat™ is a trademark of Google LLC