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Sharing and Publish - new Google Sites

Publish your site to just a specific audience, a group, everyone in your organisation or the whole web


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Publishing - Capabilities

  • Publish to specific audience (a private site, intranet or extranet)
  • Publish to primary or secondary domains
  • Publish to anyone on the web
  • Change published URL
  • Allow site to appear in search results
  • Work on site does not affect published version
  • Copy link to published site
  • Unpublish your site at any time


Publish to specific audience was released to rapid release on 28 January 2018 on a 15-day rollout and scheduled release on 26 February 2018 (again 15-day roll-out).

Publish to a Secondary Domain

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 and then map the domain. For a demo see Publish to and Map a Secondary G Suite Custom Domain.

Publishing - Limitations

  • Respects G Suite Drive Publish permission
  • Cannot publish individual pages
New Google Sites - Publishing - 2018

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