How To Grant Ringcentral For Google To Access Your Audio

In this guide, I’m going to show you how to enable RingCentral for Google to access your audio. As someone who frequently uses both RingCentral and Google services, I recognize how crucial it is to have a smooth connection between the two. By giving RingCentral access to your audio, you’ll improve how you communicate and make your workflows more efficient. Let’s get started and find out how to give RingCentral for Google the access it needs.

Step 1: Sign in to your Google Account

The first step is to sign in to your Google Account. Open your preferred web browser and navigate to the Google Sign-In page. Enter your email address and password, then click the “Sign in” button. Once you’re signed in, you’ll have access to various Google services.

Step 2: Go to Google Account Permissions

Next, we need to access the Google Account Permissions page. To do this, click on your profile picture or initial at the top-right corner of the Google homepage, then select “Manage your Google Account” from the dropdown menu. On the left-hand side, click on “Security” and then scroll down to find the “Third-party apps with account access” section. Click on “Manage third-party access.”

Step 3: Find RingCentral for Google

In the “Third-party apps with account access” section, locate the RingCentral for Google app. You can use the search bar to quickly find it. Once you’ve found it, click on it to view the app’s permissions and access level.

Step 4: Grant Audio Permissions

Now it’s time to grant RingCentral for Google access to your audio. In the permissions list, locate the audio-related permissions such as “Record audio” or “Access microphone.” Depending on the specific actions you want to perform with RingCentral, you may need to grant additional permissions. Click on the toggle switch next to each permission to grant or revoke access.

Step 5: Review and Confirm

Before finalizing the permissions, it’s important to review the access level and consider any potential risks. Take a moment to read through the app’s description and understand how it will interact with your audio. Once you are satisfied, click on the “Allow” or “Confirm” button to grant RingCentral for Google the necessary audio permissions.

By following these steps, you have successfully granted RingCentral for Google access to your audio. With this access, you can now seamlessly use RingCentral’s audio features within Google services like Google Meet or Google Voice. Enjoy the enhanced communication experience and maximize your productivity!


Granting RingCentral for Google access to your audio is a simple process that can greatly improve your communication workflow. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can ensure that your audio permissions are set up correctly and enjoy the seamless integration between RingCentral and Google services. Whether it’s for online meetings, voice calls, or other audio-related tasks, having RingCentral access your audio will undoubtedly enhance your overall experience.