No one likes entering long shortcuts in the address bar. Keeping this in mind, Google has launched some new shortened URLs for its various apps. Some of the apps in consideration include Google Keep, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Forms, Google Slides, and Google Sites. This is made possible with the launch of the .new domain released by Google. Needless to say, all these shortened URLs are browser and OS independent (yes, it works on Android as well). With that said, let’s now have a look at Google’s newly launched shortened URLs.
Google Doc’s Shortened URL
The free online document editing tool, Google Docs is the best alternative to Microsoft Office apps. It allows for editing and creating new documents, creating resumes, reports, proposals and much more. Moreover, all your work gets continuously saved and synced across all your devices with the same Google ID. It also allows for live editing and sharing features. To open it, earlier you only had docs.google.com. But now various others Google’s shortened URLs have made its way. These includes:
doc.new, docs.new, or document.new
Similar to Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets allows you to create extensive spreadsheets. The presence of colorful charts and graphs helps you to showcase your data report in a simplified and easy to understand manner. The built-in formulas, pivot tables, and conditional formatting options help you in easily managing your spreadsheets. All those complex calculations will now be a thing of the past. To access Sheets, Google has released these shortened URLs. The existing sheets.google.com exists as well.
Numerous presentation themes, hundreds of fonts, embedded video, animations help in building an impressive presentation. Moreover, all your team members can collaborate and work together. And any changes saved will be accessible to all your members. To make use of this handy feature, either use slides.google.com. However, you may also take the help of Google’s recently released shortened URLs for this app.
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Google Form’s Shortened URL
This is used to create comprehensive and interactive forms. From managing event registrations to taking a quick poll, or collecting email addresses for a newsletter it can handle it all. it contains tons of customization options for designing your forms. All the responses to your surveys are neatly and automatically collected in Forms, with real-time response info and charts. You may export the results to Google Sheets as well. SO instead of using forms.google.com, try the new Google’s shortened URL given below.
It provides an effective way of creating new websites. Availability of numerous themes, fonts, customization options further complements the usage experience. Once you are done creating the webpage, you may publish it over to the web in just a few clicks. To access this site, use sites.google.com or any of Google’s shortened URLs.
site.new, sites.new, or website.new
Google Keep’s Shortened URL
The perfect note-taking app from Google. Apart from notes, you may even add lists and photos to Keep. Adding color or labels to your notes helps in distinguishing the important ones from others. You may even record a voice memo and the app will transcribe it for you. Moreover, once you log in with your Google ID, the notes get synced across all your devices. To access this, earlier you used to enter keep.google.com. Although the same still exists, you may take the help of Google’s shortened URL as well.
So these were Google’s recently released shortened URLs for its most popular apps. Drop-in your views regarding the same, in the comments section below.