Amount of storage space in Sites

Note: storage limitations are adjusted to reflect our customers' needs.

 
  Sites created under sites.google.com/site Google Apps

Google Apps for Work

Google Apps Unlimited

Google Apps for Education Google Apps for ISPs
Site quota 100MB/site N/A N/A N/A 100MB/site
Quota per domain N/A 10GB 10GB + 500MB multiplied by the number of paid users 100GB N/A
Max. attach. size 20MB 20MB 50MB 20MB 20MB
Sites per domain N/A unlimited (limit is five new sites per week per user) unlimited (Limit is five new sites per week per user for Trials and recently registered domains. See note below.) unlimited N/A
Pages per site no set limit (see note below) no set limit (see note below) no set limit (see note below) no set limit (see note below) no set limit (see note below)
 
Embedded documents, including Google Documents, don't count against the sites storage quota. However, items added as an attachment or to your file cabinet do count against your quota.

Sites per domain is unlimited, but it may take some time before your account is eligible for it.
  • If your domain has six or more users, you can create an unlimited number of sites per domain after the first full-month billing cycle. However, please allow a few days after the cycle ends for system updates. Until then, the limit is creating five new sites per week per user. If you have reached the limit and get "Sorry you can not create more sites at this time," wait a couple of days and try again.
  • If your domain has fewer than six users, you can create an unlimited number of sites per domain after the equivalent of six monthly user subscriptions. Until that time, you can create five sites per week per user.
Designing a site with thousands of pages and attachments can slow the site and create a poor user experience. Such sites or their individual pages may be disabled or temporarily unavailable at times. We recommend breaking such large sites into multiple related sites and/or disabling dynamic sidebar elements such as automatically organized navigation and recent site activity.
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