Looking to create a new website using Google Sites , but don't want to start from scratch? If you have a Google Site you've built before, you can get a jumpstart by copying one or more pages from it instead. Users once only had the ability to copy an entire site to a new one, which wasn't always convenient. But with an update to the application, Google allows you to pick and choose which pages you want to copy. This is ideal for a new site where you want to keep the same page elements but redesign the appearance , using different sites for A/B testing , or simply setting up more than one website with similar pages. RELATED: How to Design a Custom Theme on Google Sites Copy Pages to a New Google Site Visit Google Sites and select the website whose pages you want to copy from the main screen. With the site open, click the three vertical dots (More) on the top right. Choose "Make a Copy" from the list of options. Advertisement Enter the name of the new site in the File Name section. To select a different folder for the site, click "Change" and choose… Read full this story
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