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What is Google Sites?

The new Google Sites (:90)

Google Sites allows you to create a simple personal website, wiki, or project site without any prior programming or design skills. With an intuitive drag & drop interface, you can work alone or collaborate with others to build your Site in a short amount of time.

Best uses for Google Sites?

Google Sites is a good solution for:

  • Showcasing your portfolio of personal or professional accomplishments
  • Creating a project, event, or team website 

Note: Google Sites is not appropriate for departmental websites. See Web Design Overview for recommended alternatives. 

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At a Glance

Key benefits:

  • Quickly build sites for your project, team, or event using a WYSIWYG editor
  • Sites intelligently optimizes your work so it looks great on desktop, tablet, and mobile
  • Sites automatically saves every change you make, but your site isn’t public until you publish it

Known limitations:

  • Limited font selection
  • The ability to use a custom DNS names, e.g. setting up comedy.berkeley.edu to point to a Google Site is not currently supported in bConnected
  • Can only edit Sites content on a computer using Chrome or Firefox browsers
  • UC Berkeley is only implementing the new version of Sites, rather than the "Classic" version

View Google Sites Terms of Service