When it comes to Office Suite, Google has one baked right on its cloud storage service Google Drive that has grown to become really powerful over the years. That is why some of us spend most of our working day using either Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, or Forms.
Well, recently Google launched a number of new shortcut feature for Google Drive that enables you created a new document, sheet, slides, and forms with very few clicks. The shortcuts are already available to everyone across all browsers. But make sure you are connected to the internet for this trick to work. Yes, even on Google Chrome where Docs, Slides, and Sheets run offline, for these shortcuts you will need an internet connection.
Though the shortcuts are going to save you a great deal of time, it will streamline the entire process of opening Google Office Suites. Below is a rundown of all the new shortcuts you can use to start a new document, sheets, slides, or forms.
How to start Google Docs quickly
Launch the Chrome browser (hopefully you are running a most recent version) and on the address bar type in any of the following:
How to start Sheets quickly
How to starts new Slides
How to start new Forms
How to start a new Site
For more tips and tricks, check out this Google Sheets guide.
All the above-mentioned shortcuts would work well if you are running the latest Chrome browser. So before trying, make sure to update your browser.