Use Google Sites to create a web page for sharing documents. Learn how to embed documents, worksheets, and slideshows and then publish the site and visit it online. In addition, you can embed a Google Calendar on a real website.
- [Instructor] The Googe Sites app…allows you to build web pages,…but it's not the same thing as having…a custom website with its own domain.…Instead the web page is available at sites.google.com…followed by a custom path name.…You can use Google Sites to build a website…for sharing documents, sheets, or presentations…for your collaborators or the general public.…To start sharing the site go to Google Drive,…choose the folder where you want to save the document,…such as my Rainbow Gum folder,…click New, More, and Google Sites.…
And because I'm creating a document in a shared folder…I grant all my collaborators…the same access to the new document.…Click OK.…Here's the standard site template.…And you can mess with this document…and tailor it somewhat.…The features are very basic and they lack customization.…Creating a nifty site is beyond the scope of this course,…but the site does feature tools helpful for collaboration.…The key is to embed objects,…you use the Embed URL command.…
This is how you can use Google Sites to share documents,…
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- Understanding G Suite and Google apps
- Exploring Google Drive
- Sharing files and folders
- Receiving a shared invite
- Sharing a document
- Managing shared documents
- Adding comments
- Creating a shared schedule
- Collaborating in real time
- Building a project site
- Presenting online