If you want to save your time you are in luck because Google has just launched a time-saving domain which will be welcomed by users who heavily depend on Docs, or any of Google’s other productivity tools like Sheets, Slides, Sites or Forms. Google Inc. released its “.new” domain this week, which can be used to instantly create a new file across any of these services(docs, slides, sheets, forms etc).
You won’t have to go to Google Drive and create a new file by creating the “new” button, you just have to type “doc.new” to get working in a new Google Doc.
Google made many changes to this domain, so you don’t have to worry if you type “doc.new” or “docs.new” or “documents.new” any of these will work.
And the same procedure apply to other services of Google, which means that you can also type things like “sheet.new”, “sheets.new”, “spreadsheet.new”, “site.new”, “sites.new”, “slide.new”, “slides.new”, “form.new” or “forms.new”. You don’t have to type www before it.
If you are a regular user of Google Docs, then this little trick can be very useful for you and you can end up saving a lot of time throughout the day. You can even bookmark the domains to use as shortcuts, so you can get to the same blank document with just one click.
This is all possible because Google owns the .new domain, which allows it to create whatever subdomains it wants on the site.