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Classic Google Sites 100MB Limit and New Google Sites Migration

posted Oct 8, 2019, 4:42 PM by Danny Xu   [ updated Oct 8, 2019, 5:39 PM ]
Classic Sites storage limits


Site quota 100MB/site
Quota per domain N/A
Max. attach. size 20MB
Sites per domain N/A
Pages per site 2000 (see note below)



Compare classic Sites & new Sites


Revision History Not available in New Sites: It has been promised but we can't say when it will be added. We do know it will be added before the final rollout in 2021.


To help you decide between using new Sites or classic Sites, use the charts below. 

Design & organize

 
  Classic
Sites
New 
Sites
Templates: Use a pre-designed template for your site. Yes No
Themes: Use a pre-designed theme for your site. Yes Yes
Custom design: Create a custom design for your site. Yes No
Mobile-friendly: Your site automatically adjust to the best layout for a computer, phone, or tablet. No Yes
Logo: Add a logo to your site. Yes Yes
Copy a page: Create a new page by copying an existing page. Yes Yes
Add sub pages: Add multiple sub pages under any other page. Unlimited 5 sub pages

 

View & edit

  Classic
Sites
New 
Sites
Use your own web address: Make your site appear at a web address you already own.

Yes (http only)

Yes
Site permissions: Decide who can see or edit your site. Yes Yes
Page-level permissions: Decide who can see or edit individual pages on your site. Yes No
Comments: Add a section to a page where site visitors can add comments. Yes No
Browser support: View and edit a site with any browser that works with G Suite. Yes No
Embedding: Allow embedding of your site in other sites. Yes No

Analytics & accessibility

 
  Classic
Sites
New 
Sites
Google Analytics: Use Google Analytics with your site. Yes Yes
Analytics: Use other analytics services with your site. Yes No
Screen readers: Use screen readers with your site. Yes Yes
Keyboard shortcuts: Use keyboard shortcuts with your site. Yes Yes

 

Storage

 
  Classic
Sites
New 
Sites
Storage limits: You have storage and file limits. Yes No
Drive: Your site is part of Drive, but doesn't count toward your storage limits. No Yes

 

For admins

 
  Classic
Sites
New 
Sites
Sites control: Turn Sites on or off. Yes Yes
Independent of other services: Control sharing, templates, and other settings independent of other services.  Yes No
Drive: Drive needs to be turned on for users, and sharing and publishing are based on your organizations Drive settings. No Yes
Support: Access G Suite core services. Yes Yes
Sites API: Use the Sites API. Yes No



Google Sites Classic Comparison

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