In August last year Google launched its Classic Sites Manager tool to help users with the migration process.
Yesterday, the company added several new options to Classic Sites Manager to help users manage the transition from classic Sites to the new Sites experience.
Google Sites Manager update
With the new settings, Classic Sites users with administrator status have the ability to delegate administrator-level Sites Manager users to other users in the organization through a new configurable license. This update allows users to do things like assign site owners or convert websites to the new Google Sites experience on behalf of their end users.
Administrators and site owners can delete sets and restore sites in traditional site management, and they can also update site ownership in traditional site management.
Google’s updated Classic Sites Manager also allows administrators to delete any sites that are no longer relevant to their domain.
Inside something blog post, Google revealed that sites that do not have owners, administrators, or authorized administrators can now use update ownership to assign site ownership to an organization contact point that can make a decision to remove or modify a website.