This page describes how to associate a domain with a project for verification purposes, and also how to manage your notification preferences.
Associating a domain with a project
Domain verification ensures that push notifications delivered from Pub/Sub and other Google APIs are sent only to domains associated with the subscribing project. It serves as abuse prevention, to stop anyone from sending messages to someone else's domain.
To associate a domain with a project, follow the steps for the API from which you're receiving push notifications.
For Pub/Sub, see the Subscriber Guide.
For other APIs, see the following:
Managing notification preferences
The Communication page in the Google Cloud console lets you opt into
product-specific notifications, such as upcoming maintenance windows, and
updates and offers, such as announcements of new features. When you opt into
these notifications for a project, the notifications are sent to principals who
have the Identity and Access Management (IAM) Owner role (
roles/owner) on the project.
To control who receives other types of notifications, such as notifications for billing issues, use Essential Contacts.
To opt into, or out of, product notifications, updates, and offers:
Go to the Communication page in the Google Cloud console:
By default, any changes you make apply only to the current project. To select additional projects, click the drop-down list of projects, and select the projects you want to update.
A toggle indicates whether each type of notification isOn or Off. Click the toggles to turn each notification on or off.
Changes to notifications are automatically saved. When you're finished making changes, you can navigate away from the page or close the browser window. To receive mobile notifications, you must install the Google Cloud console mobile app.
- Use Essential Contacts to control who in your organization receives essential notifications.
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