Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Google’s redesigned Google Sites goes live | TechCrunch

More like replaced than redesigned, although, later in the article: "A Google spokesperson told us that Google will provide and recommend options for migrating from the classic Sites to the new Sites in 2017." Check this Google post for more details.

"For the longest time, Google Sites felt like the forgotten app in Google’s productivity suite. Earlier this year, though, the company announced that it would finally give Sites a full overhaul. Today, after a short beta, this new version of Sites is going live for all users.

Google Sites is essentially a drag-and-drop website builder for creating both public facing web pages and intranet sites that’s deeply integrated with the rest of Google’s tools. You can easily insert documents from Google Docs, Slides, Sheets and the rest of the (unfortunately named) G Suite tools into any site, for example. It also directly integrates with Google Analytics. The new sites now also allows multiple users to collaboratively edit a site (using the same tech the company also uses in Google Docs)."
Google’s redesigned Google Sites goes live | TechCrunch
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