Remove the specified delegate (which can be of any verification status) for account in Gmail, and revokes any verification that may have been required for using it.
The user granting access is referred to as the delegator and the user receiving the access is the delegate. Delegate users must be referred to by their primary email address, and not an email alias.
To use this action card, you must first set up a Google Cloud project and service account. See Authorize an Account for Transfer of Ownership Features.
|Google Cloud Platform Project||
Project to which the user belongs.
A maximum of 100 projects are displayed.
Optionally, to specify a project by an email address, select
If a failure occurs and projects are not listed in the dropdown, then only the
Service account to which the user belongs.
A maximum of 100 service accounts are displayed.
If a failure occurs and accounts are not listed in the dropdown, then only the
Email address of the service account.
If you select
|Email address of the delegator.||String||TRUE|
|Email address of the delegate.||String||TRUE|
|Status Code||Result of the operation. The connector returns an HTTP status code that indicates whether the action taken by the card succeeded or failed. For example:
For a full list of possible status codes, see HTTP status codes.