You need this to: build internal project hubs, team sites, public-facing websites, and more—without needing development knowledge.


ONGOING | Classic Sites to new Sites transition (most up to date timeline found here):

EXTENDED July 1, 2022 (previously January 2022) | Classic Sites transition. When users try to visit classic Sites, they won't see the content. Remaining classic Sites will be downloaded as an HTML file, saved to site owner's Google Drive and replaced with a draft new Site to review and publish.

EXTENDED June 1, 2022 (previously December 2021) | Editing of remaining classic Sites will be disabled. You will no longer be able to make changes to your classic Sites.

May 2021 | No websites can be created in classic Sites, you can only create them as new Sites.

Want more updates? Check out the Google Workspace Updates Blog.

Helpful Resources for Classic Sites to New Sites Transition

Google Classic Sites vs. New Sites

Google Classic Sites to New Sites Transition

Get to know the upgrades and changes of Classic Sites and learn how to convert your Classic Site to a New Site.

Classic Sites Conversion.webm

Converting from Classic Site to New Site

Video tutorial to show you every step to take to easily convert your Classic Site to a New Site (in less than 4 minutes).

For step by step instructions on how to convert a classic Site to a new Site, click here.

Getting Started

How to create a Google Site from scratch

Topics include:

  • Where to begin

  • One click features available

  • How to source high quality images

  • Adding alt text

  • Publishing and editing

More training & help can be found here.

Additional Resources