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Google Sites provides discrete Web sites which can contain static pages, wiki-like pages, announcement pages, file cabinets, and attachments. In addition, Google Sites can integrate content from other Google Applications like Docs and Calendar, and outside sources like Smartsheet, YouTube and RSS feeds.

Getting Started or click on "Sites" from the Google Launcher  on the upper right hand corner of most Google Apps (like Berkeley Lab Gmail, Calendar, or Drive).

To test the new Google Sites released in November, 2016, please visit Starting in 2018, Google will start phasing out the classic Google Sites in favor of their newer release. Please migrate your old site to the new if possible. A comparison of the classic Google Sites and new Google Sites is here.


  • For additional help with Google Sites contact the Help Center
  • The IT division also offers training on Google Sites. Check out HR Self Service for a schedule of classes


The service is part of the Berkeley Lab Technology Resource Kit and is provided to all employees and affiliates at no recharge.