A newly rebuilt Google Sites, which was in test through Early Adopter Program today open to all business customers with new and improved features for example, an ability to measure site performance with Google Analytics.
Of course, the new Sites now offer you to choose between new six themes and layouts designed to intelligently scale and flex to any screen size. You can even preview to see what your site will look like on a desktop, a tablet and a smartphone while you’re applying the new design.
It’s also now easier to create a site and add text, links, images and more “with a quick cut-and-paste, or simply drag-and-drop to rearrange and resize elements on the page,” adds Google.
To those now aware of, Google Sites was launched in 2008, to help employees build working team and project sites without writing a single line of HTML, CSS codes or any other all-caps acronym.
Since, new Sites now support Google apps, so you can insert content from the tools you use most for example “embed a schedule from Google Calendar, a video clip from Google Drive, or a location from Google Maps.”
Additionally, you can insert content from Docs, Sheets, Slides and Forms and a live version will be presented within the site.
And, built using the same technology as Google Docs, the new Sites brings “real-time, multi-user coauthoring” so the whole team can add and update a project site without conflicts or locked pages.
G Suite customer with Google Sites enabled, can get started building on the new Sites now. or learn how to enable Sites in the Admin panel.