Make your site public

If you want everyone to be able to view your site without signing in to a Google Account, you can set your site as public:

Google Accounts users
  1. Open the site.
  2. In the top right, click Share.
  3. Under "Who has access", click Change.
  4. Choose the permissions you want to give. If you select Public on the web, anyone can search for and view your site. If you select Anyone with the link, anyone who has the URL can view it. If you select Specific people, you must give permission to people before they can view site.
  5. Click "Save."
Google Apps users
  1. Open the site.
  2. In the top right, click Share.
  3. Under "Who has access", click Change.
  4. Choose the permissions you want to give. If you select YourDomain.com, anyone who also has an account with your organization can search for and view your site. If you select Anyone at YourDomain.com with the link, anyone who has an account with your organization and has the URL can view it. If you select Specific people, you must give permission to people before they can view site.
  5. If you choose to make your site public within your organization or viewable to anyone with the link, you can also allow that same set of people to edit your site by choosing Edit in the dropdown menu next to "Access".
  6. Click "Save."
Making your site public, either with view or edit access, will override any page-level permissions you've set up.
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