Google Classroom Rostering Integration Setup

This article is directed towards IT administrators looking to set up roster syncing with Quaver via the Google Classroom API for their district. For teachers with questions about rostering with Google Classroom, please see our instructions here.

How to set up Google Classroom API data exchange with Quaver

Step 1: Identify your Google Domains

Contact the Quaver integrations team at implementation@quavered.com and let us know that you’d like to set up a Google Classroom rostering integration with Quaver for your district. You’ll need to share your district’s Google email domains with the Quaver integrations team. These might be like @district123.com or @students.district123.com. Quaver’s integration team will configure our systems to roster your users based on users that log in via Sign in with Google using accounts with those domains.

Step 2: Quaver configures your district for roster syncing with Google Classroom

Quaver’s integration team will configure our systems to roster your users based on users that log in via Sign in with Google using accounts with those domains.

Step 3: Testing

Remember that a Google Classroom rostering integration with Quaver requires that we users log in using Sign in with Google.

To test that the roster sync is working properly, have a licensed Quaver teacher log in via Sign in with Google. They can follow our step-by-step instructions here. When a licensed Quaver teacher has successfully logged in through Sign in with Google and reached their Quaver account they should see their rosters activated in Quaver.

Step 4: Approve/Verify Teachers

Before we can release your integration, you first need to approve/verify teachers in Google Classroom. You can follow the step-by-step process here.

Step 5: Release

When we have confirmed everything is working as expected, we will go ahead and release your integration on our end.

Please note that all Quaver teachers must log in using Sign in with Google to activate the roster syncing with Quaver.