Map a Custom URL in Google Workspace - Google Sites
How to map a domain web address as a custom URL to a new Google Site created in Google Workspace
For sites made with a Gmail or personal Google Account see Assign Custom URL Domain Web Address (Personal)
Google Workspace Custom URL for Google Sites
Make sure your site is published and note its published URL
Sign in to your Google Workspace admin console
Go to Apps > Google Workspace > Sites and open Custom URL
Use the Add custom URL button (the ✚ icon) and follow the steps in the dialogue box:
Site type: choose New Sites
Google Sites URL: Enter your published URL in the format sites.google.com/domain.com/sitename
remove the https://
and any page URL e.g. remove /home
Custom URL: Enter the subdomain prefix you want to use as the custom URL, e.g. www
CNAME: edit your DNS records with your domain provider (this is outside of Google Workspace and Google Sites) to add a www CNAME record that points to ghs.googlehosted.com and once added use the ADD CUSTOM URL button
You should see that custom URL is Pending while Google configures the backend (normally takes 30-60 minutes).
Make your new Google Site in Google Workspace appear at your own domain custom URL
Traffic to your site is secured via SSL (https) without any further configuration
If you made your site with a personal Google Account or Gmail account then please see Assign Custom URL Domain Web Address (Personal)
To map a secondary domain you need to create a site with a user account that uses the secondary domain as its sign in domain. This allows you to publish the site to the secondary domain. For more info see our demo.
This takes time to process so your site will not appear immediately at the web address
If the mapping does not work within an hour try again
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