Get started with Google Sites
With Google Sites, you and your team can easily build and publish internal web sites. Use a WYSIWYG editor or work directly with HTML. You can even embed Google calendars and other gadgets on your site!
With Google Sites, teams can build sites to share and collaborate on documents, videos, schedules, and more. Or build a public-facing site for your business.

Get started with Google Sites 

  • Use this guide to:
  • Create a site
  • Insert maps, forms, and videos
  • Embed calendars and docs
  • Customize layout and appearance
  • Share or publish your site

Building a basic site is as easy as editing a document! 

Shared workspaces for classes, faculties and clubs

Easy to build

Students can build project sites without writing a single line of code. It's as easy as writing a document. And, to save even more time, you can provide them with hundreds of pre-built templates.

System and Site-Level Security Controls

Administrators can manage site sharing permissions across the school, and authors can share and revoke file access at any time.

Works across operating systems

Google Sites works in the browser on PC, Mac and Linux computers. Teachers, students, and parents don't need buy or download software.

Intuitive editing

Google Sites uses an intuitive editor for creating and updating sites that makes it as easy as writing a document. Drop in all sorts of gadgets from documents to videos to images to shared calendars and more.

Template gallery

Get a jump start on your site with one of the pre-built templates, or create a privately shared template gallery for your institution / class / faculty with sites customized for your needs.

Powerful search

Project and team sites are only useful when you can find the information you're looking for. Built-in search powered by Google's search engine makes it easy and fast to find the pages you need.

Designed for security and reliability

Google Sites is designed for security and reliability with features like encrypted connections to Google's servers, real-time file save, simultaneous replicated storage for your sites, built-in disaster recovery and fine-grained sharing controls that let you share your work with the right people.


Google Sites comes with loads of storage. Your school gets a quota of 10GB + 500MB per employee for attaching files, and documents, calendars, and videos embedded from Google Docs don’t count against this quota.