Application not published in G Suite marketplace

We have an application published in G Suite marketplace and it has suddenly disappeared.

We guess the problem is related with the migration from Chrome webstore, but we have updated the manifest following the steps in the documentation and the application is still not listed in any of them. However, we cannot find the app by url in G Suite marketplace but we can find it by url in Chrome webstore, what seems pretty strange.

Google Marketplace SDK is enabled and configured in Google Cloud Platform.

I read in the documentation that “Chrome Apps must use manifest version 2“, so I don’t know if we need to set this to version 1 for G Suite applications.

We are using the same manifest as the documentation, but including “GOOGLE_DRIVE” in the container:

  "manifest_version": 2,
  "name": "Welcome Aboard",
  "version": "",
  "description": "a plain text description",
  "icons": {
    "128": "icons/128x128-icon.png",
    "16": "icons/16x16-icon.png"
  "api_console_project_id": "428464274542",
  "app" : {
    "launch" : {
      "web_url" : ""

Are we missing something?

Thank you in advance!

Managed Chromebook – How identify customers ? Asset-ID ? Policy?

I have a private extension in the chrome web store. This extension is for users and devices who are managed via the Google Admin / GSuit system.

When in use, the extension contacts the GSuit / big data servers to log data. To tell my customers appart, I get them to type in a unique customer ID into each of their chromebooks, one ID per customer.

This was ok, but I would like to automate the system. Can I send down the customer ID instead of getting them to type it in ?

I thought of using the Asset-ID to identify the chromebook – but I cant find any way to extract the asset-id in my extension to allow the device to send it back to the server !

I thought of using one of the free text policy settings – but I can’t get access to those in the app either !

I don’t want to use email address as some of my smaller customers use gmail, so they would all get clumped together.