U-M Google Updates

You Can Now Embed HTML and Javascript in Sites

12/13/2017

Google is launching a new tool for the new Google Sites that will allow you to customize your Sites by embedding HTML and JavaScript code directly into your Site. To embed your code, select Embed from the Insert menu and choose Embed Code


The Collaboration Services Team

Tip: Did you know? You can change your site's text and header styles.
Learn more about Google at the G Suite Learning Center

 

U-M Google November Summary

12/6/2017

The monthly U-M Google Summaries inform campus of Google releases for Core Apps as well as the Non-Core Apps (those that are not part of the G Suite for Education agreement). We communicate important information on Core Apps throughout the month. Core and Non-Core Apps are listed on the G Suite website

Core Apps

Previously Communicated

Reminder: New Google Calendar on the Web

11/30/2017

Last month we announced a new Google Calendar interface on the web. It applies a modern color palette and sleek design using a responsive layout that auto-adjusts to your screen size. Try it out today by clicking Use new Calendar at the top of your calendar web view. If for some reason you want to switch back to Classic Calendar, you can find it in the new Calendar settings.

Calendar settings

The current Classic Calendar will remain available until February 28, 2018. Google will then switch all Classic Calendars to the new Calendar. Learn more at the Google support site.

U-M Google October Summary

11/2/2017

The monthly U-M Google Summaries inform campus of Google releases for Core Apps as well as the Non-Core Apps (those that are not part of the G Suite for Education agreement). We communicate important information on Core Apps throughout the month. Core and Non-Core Apps are listed on the G Suite website.

Core Apps

Non-Core Apps

Previously Communicated

Expanded page hierarchy in the new Google Sites

11/1/2017

One feature we were missing in the new Sites was deep page hierarchy. Google heard our feedback and now made it possible to nest five levels of pages in the new Google Sites, up from the two levels previously allowed. To nest a page within a page, drag and drop it into your desired location from the Pages menu on the right side of your screen.

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