I want to host Clara on my domain using Google Apps for Work
NOTE: During the transition from your trial Clara to domain-specific Clara, you will need to interact with the Clara that you originally messaged about the meeting request (e.g. old requests to the "old" Clara) to ensure there is not confusion or delay in processing your requests.
To get Clara hosted on your domain, set up a new Google Apps account on your domain and email firstname.lastname@example.org with the email, name, and password.
If you have security constraints that prevent you from being able to share the password for a new email account, email email@example.com and we will work with you to get set up.
I want to host Clara on your domain (@claralabs.com)
To have Clara hosted @claralabs.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the new first and last name desired.
My domain doesn't use Google Apps for Work
Since Clara only works with Google Calendar, we're only able to support domains that are set up with Google Apps for Work. If you're not currently using Google Apps for Work, you can still set up a Google Apps for Work account just for your Clara by signing up here. Set up is straightforward and requires domain administrator permissions.
My domain doesn't use Google Apps for Work and I'm unable to access my domain admin
Clara may not be the right fit for you today. Email email@example.com to let us know how you're set up for email and calendaring and we will let you know when we can support you.