The Old Version of Google Sites is Finally Shutting Down – Here’s How to Use the Current Version

For nearly five years now Google has been saying that the old, “classic” version of Google Sites would be closing “soon.” It appears that they really mean it this time. In an email to Google Workspaces domain administrators and in this blog post, Google has announced that on May 15th the ability to create new websites using the old version of Google Sites will be removed. Then on December 1st editing of sites made with the classic version of Google Sites will be disabled. And on January 1, 2022 all sites made with the classic version of Google Sites will be offline. 

Transition from Classic Google Sites to Current Google Sites

People who are still using the classic version of Google Sites can transition to the current version of Google Sites by following the directions in this video. It should be noted that not all features found in the classic version of Google Sites are available in the current version of Google Sites. 

Create a Website with Google Sites

The current version of Google Sites is easier to use and more aesthetically pleasing than the classic version. And there are some helpful features in the current version that were not available in the classic version. Those features include automatic resizing for mobile devices, drag-and-drop positioning of page elements, and page-level display settings. Watch this video to learn how to make your first website with Google Sites. 

Three Quick Ideas for Using Google Sites in Your Classroom

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