Google permanently shuts down online website builder

Google has informed users via email that the classic website builder service for websites is about to be discontinued and that they will need to migrate their websites to new Google sites if they want to stay in place. line.

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Google acquired JotSpot in 2006 and created its Google sites in 2008. You have been building your own website for 12 years with the help of Google. In 2016, Google announced a new Google Sites service integrated with G Suite.

Recently, an email with the subject “Migrate your classic websites to new Google sites” was sent to active classic website users explaining how the service will close on September 1, 2021. As part of this transition, new websites will be created with Classic. The websites will be deactivated on November 1, 2020, and users will have about a year to migrate their classic websites to new Google sites.

Along with this, Google has also launched a new service called Classic Sites Manager. This will make it easier for users to convert their classic sites into new ones. You can easily delete, archive, edit all classic sites linked to their accounts, as well as export a spreadsheet of all their sites to Google Sheets.

according to a corporate blog post. For G Suite users, website building on classic websites will be disabled in May 2021. You will no longer be able to edit their websites in October. The service will be completely discontinued in December of next year.

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