File TypeNew G-Suite File
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What is a NEW file?
A NEW file is a G-Suite file used by G-Suite programs, including Docs, Slides, Sheets, Forms, and Sites, to create a new blank file. It does not contain any actual information; instead, it is used as a link that can be typed into a web browser to create a new blank G-Suite file that can be edited and saved by the appropriate G-Suite application.
The .new file extension allows you to quickly create a blank file in one of the G-Suite programs. To do this, simply add the .new extension to one of the keywords mentioned below, type it in the URL of a browser, such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, then press enter to create the new G-Suite file in the appropriate program. The new blank file can be saved as a variety of files, such as a .DOCX, .PPTX, or .XLSX file, depending on the G-Suite program. Below is a list of filenames that can be entered in the URL:
New blank Docs file:
New blank Sheets file:
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New blank Forms file:
New blank Sites file: