1Google Sites Emerges from the Remains of JotSpot
2Google Sites Emerges from the Remains of JotSpot – Welcome to Google Sites
Just like everything else in Google Apps, Google Sites has been painstakingly crafted to be used by people with little or no technical background. Fill in the brief site background form, bang the Create Site button and off you go.
3Google Sites Emerges from the Remains of JotSpot – Choose Your Format
What shape would you like your project to take? You can create a Web page, dashboard, blog, file libraries or simple lists with just a couple clicks.
4Google Sites Emerges from the Remains of JotSpot – Sharing Is Caring
Invite users to your newly created Web page just as you would share a Google Document. Simply choose whether the users will be site owners (full use and permissions), collaborators or viewers, and list their e-mail addresses. Advanced permissions let you decide who can see your site.
5Google Sites Emerges from the Remains of JotSpot – Embed What You Want
Google Sites lets users pack presentations, documents, spreadsheets, videos, slideshows and iGoogle gadgets, among other things, into a site once it’s been created. Cram it full or leave it sparse-
6Google Sites Emerges from the Remains of JotSpot – Intranet
If you can get past your fear of hosting corporate information on Google’s servers, then you can use Google Sites to build and host your company intranet, with calendars, news and other important links.
7Google Sites Emerges from the Remains of JotSpot – Employee Profiles
Here, meet Joe Kraus, JotSpot co-founder and now a director of engineering at Google. According to the profile, Kraus is apparently spending his time “bringing widgets to the masses,” presumably through Google’s ambitious OpenSocial effort.
8Google Sites Emerges from the Remains of JotSpot – Google Sites Is For Teachers
Meet Mrs. Richau, who tested Google Sites as a virtual classroom during its beta period. Word of the day: sites.
9Google Sites Emerges from the Remains of JotSpot – Politicos Use Google Sites, Too
The government of the District of Columbia is using Google Sites to share information with the public on major government procurements.
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