A Great Google Sites Feature That I Missed This Week

As many of you know, I’ve spent the bulk of the last two weeks dealing with a slew of copyright issues and technical issues. Those have kept me from doing a lot of the things that I normally do every day. That’s why I missed Google’s announcement about a new image carrousel option being added to Google Sites. I only noticed it because John Padula was kind enough to email the announcement to me.

Soon Google Sites users will have a new way to create image carousels to include in the pages of their sites. This option will be found in the “insert” menu in Google Sites. Once selected you can upload images directly to your carousel or import images that already exist in your Google account. You’ll be able to drag-and-drop images into the sequence in which you want them to appear. And as you might expect, you can set the carousel to automatically play.

The new Google Sites image carousel option is available now in some G Suite domains. The feature will be available to all users in the next couple of weeks.

Applications for Education
The image carousel option could be a good one for students to use to include a set of pictures within a Google Sites they build as digital portfolios of their work.


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