Last year Google introduced shortcuts to create new Doc, Sheet, Slide, Form, or site. Now Google has provided a short way to create Calendar events. You can add new Calendar events by typing “cal.new” or “meeting.new” on a browser’s address bar taking to Google Calendar create an event page where you can put the title for the event, its location, time, notes and other details, and you can even set a notification for it.
This Google Calendar shortcut is going to be more useful when you have to add events to multiple accounts without switching from profiles. You need just to add a number after typing “cal.new” or “meeting .new.” For example, you have two accounts that are logged in on the browser, so type “cal.new/1” in the address bar, which will let you add an event for the first account then type “cal.new/2” for adding the event in your second account. In this way, you can add the same event to multiple accounts simply by adding a number at the end. This comes handy when you don’t want to open the entire calendar to create a single meeting.