If you are a person who is switching from iOS to Android and is looking to migrate your G Suite account into a personal account of Google, remain assured we have got it all sorted out. There are a lot of people who want to switch from G Suite accounts to personal Google accounts for a variety of reasons. One such common reason is that the Google Assistant doesn’t integrate much deeper with the G Suite account. Here, we will tell you about how to migrate from a G Suite account into a personal Google account. For Shared Contacts for Gmail app or How to Share google contacts you can go to chrome webstore for Share Gmail Contacts App

What’s the difference between a personal Google account and a G Suite account?

Having an account on G Suite means that a person has got a paid account by using their domain for login and email.

On the other hand, a personal Google account means a simple Gmail account. This comes with access to multiple features such as drive, calendar, photos, etc.

The preparation

The first thing that you need to do is, register a Gmail account at :


After, this is done, you need to open two tabs in chrome wherein one the tabs you would be logged into your G Suite account, whereas in the other tab you’ll be logged into your new Google account.

The Google domain

If you transfer your Primary domain into Google domain, you’ll be in a very advantageous position. In the beginning, the primary domain will be owned by your G Suite account and you need to transfer this ownership in the personal Google account.

For doing so you need to visit https://domains.google.com/. There, you will get to see an icon of two people, which is the share icon. You need to select this icon after which you need to go to the gear icon where you will find the option of permission. There, you need to give the address of the personal Google Account that you have created and then grant it full permissions.

After this is done, you will get a conformational email on your newly created personal Google account. In the email, you will be notified that you have been granted permission for domain management for the domain. If you open https://domains.google.com, you can see that your newly created Primary domain has been being listed in this section of My domains.

Migrating contacts

For migrating contacts you need to open https://contacts.google.com and then click on the ‘Export’ option in the More dropdown. From here, export my Contacts Group so that other contacts won’t get exported which might get added by Google, it has been set to record any kind of email address to which it replies. It’s best to use Google CSV as the preferred format for exporting contacts.

Now, you need to go to the tab where there has been a login from your newly created Personal Google account. There you need to open the same link as mentioned above and then expand the drop-down option of More. Here, all that you need to do is select the ‘Import’ option and then choose the CSV file that you had created in G Suite.


For this you need to open, https://photos.google.com in the tab with the G Suite account. Here, you need to select the Photos option from the sidebar menu. After this you need to hover above the first picture and then click on the small circle next to it, to convert it into a tick. After this, you need to hold down on shift and then click on the last image. This will select all the images that are there. Now, you can download all these pictures on your computer. After downloading, you can upload all these pictures in Google photos in your personal Google Account.

Chrome Bookmarks 

In the tab with the G Suite account, you need to open the option of Bookmarks manager. After doing this, you need to click on the option ‘Export Bookmarks to HTML file’ in the drop-down of organize. 

After this, you need to go to the tab with the newly created personal Google account and then open the option of Bookmark managers. Here, you need to click on the option of ‘Import Bookmarks from HTML file’ in the drop-down of organize. 

The way we have migrated the above-mentioned things, you can migrate other things as well. Such as calendar, your Gmail, Google drive and whatnot. The process of doing them are almost similar. If you are not good at it, there are alternatives also that you can try. 

Some things can’t be migrated from a G Suite account to a personal Google account. One of the biggest hurdles that one might face in this is regarding the purchases which have been made through Google play. It can be music, apps or movies. In addition to this one also cannot migrate YouTube subscriptions. These are just minor glitches that can be ignored. All the major stuff can be easily migrated from a G Suite account to a personal Google account.

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