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New Sites - Is there any sitemap feed generated - URL?


I'm wondering, if there is any sitemap feed generated on a 'new' Google Site?

You can find it on the old sites system via this path:


So I have tried to find it there as well on a new one. But nothing found under this URL.

Any hint regarding this topic is very much appreciated.
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I have found Steegle's Sites comparison page as well as the Gsuite updates blog

pointing out, this feature isn't implemented yet. So I've found an answer by myself ;-)

Anyway. Are there any possibilities (including external tools, APIs, software etc.) to generate such overview manually in a simple way?

Or do I have to write my own XML by hand?

Thanks again for your help.

Google has announced that
  • Site search (launched September 2017)
  • Limit who can access a published site
  • Something similar to page-level permissions
  • Embed URLs and code (partially launched September 2017)
  • Site update notifications
  • More levels of page nesting (launched October 2017)
  • Corporate themes
  • More text formatting options
  • Domain web address mapping (launched for G Suite August 2017)
  • API capabilities
will be available see. Google does not monitor these forums so please make sure you send feedback to Google to make your feature requests and bug reports.

The most used features from classic Sites will be incorporated gradually, while not ALL the features will be re-introduced Google is constantly monitoring the feedback and prioritizing heavily used and top requested features. 
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