Copy a single page or subset of pages in new Google Sites
Quick launch summary
In new Google Sites, we’re adding the ability for editors to copy a single page or subset of pages into a new site. Previously, it was only possible to make a copy of an entire site. This feature gives site editors more control, allowing users to reuse part of a site or easily break up a large site into smaller sites.
We hope this feature, in addition to other recent site editing capabilities such as restoring a specific page from a site, make it easier for site editors to collaborate on large sites.
- Admins: There is no admin control for this feature.
- End users: From the three-dot overflow menu, select Make a copy > Pages > Selected Pages — select the pages you want to copy and then select "OK". You’ll receive an email notification with the link to your new site. Visit the Help Center to learn more about copying a site, using Google Sites, finding what’s changed in a Site, deleting or restoring a site, and reviewing the latest changes before publishing your site.
|To copy specific pages in Google Sites, select Make a copy > Pages > Selected Pages from the three-dot overflow menu.|
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