Monday, September 21, 2020

Google is shutting down its website builder



Google has sent out an email warning users that its classic Sites website builder service will soon be discontinued and that they need to migrate their websites to new Google Sites if they wish for them to remain online.

Following its acquisition of JotSpot back in 2006, Google launched Google Sites in 2008 which made it easy for users to create their own sites. However, eight years later the search giant introduced a new Google Sites service that became part of G Suite.



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