If you spend a lot of your day working in Google Drive, creating new documents, slides, sheets, and forms just got a lot easier. This week Google introduced a bunch of new shortcuts for Google Docs that allow you to create new files without having to go to Google Drive proper in order to do so.
If you don't have an offsite cloud storage plan (and you really should), Google's newest update to its cloud storage service Google Drive is ready to fix your gaping data backup hole. It's called Backup & Sync.
It's not going to save you a ton of time, but it does streamline the whole process. Here's a rundown of all of the new shortcuts. To use them, just type them into the address bar of the browser of your choice and a new file will be created: