Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting page-level permissions, part of Google Classic Sites Essential Training.
…Right now, we've been creat,ing the site with the assumption that it's…going to be available to the world and I'm the only creator of it.…But that might not the be the case for you.…Google Sites gives you some options for that.…You can actually fine tune who can edit what…on every page You do have to enable it first.…To turn Page Level Permissions on, select More from the top right.…Choose…Sharing and Permissions.…And now, we have to click Enable Page Level Permissions on the right-hand side.…
This is going to allow me to control who can view or edit specific pages.…So in order to turn it on, I have to…do one more click to turn on Page Level Permissions.…And now, I need to add specific people to…the site before I can add them to specific pages.…So with my root site selected at the top here, I…have to come down to the bottom and invite people in.…So I'll type a Google user.…And now I'm going to set their permissions right now to "Can View".…Because right now, I just want this person to be able to view my site.…
- Understanding how you can use Google Sites
- Creating a new site
- Adding webpages
- Creating announcements and lists
- Changing layouts
- Working with text, links, images, and video
- Deleting and adding sidebars
- Working with users and visitors
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Working with Sites
2. Working with Pages
3. Working with Content
4. Working with Navigation
5. Working with Users and Visitors
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