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What is the current URL to create a new Google Document please? Since Google last updated their Docs the old URL does not work.

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You can create a new doc, spreadsheet, presentation or drawing via the following URLs:

If you're using the paid version of Google Apps, the URLs need to include your domain name:

(Correct as of Jan 2015, but liable to change.)

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How to make it creating google document in specific folder of google drive? – Philipp Munin Dec 19 '14 at 17:29
Is there a URL parameter to create a doc using a specific template? – Mu Mind Dec 2 '15 at 1:37
To make create a Google Document in a specific folder, see this answer – jaycer Jan 23 at 16:41

Here are some easier-to-remember and faster-to-type links for creating new Google Docs. As of Jan 4, 2015, these all work.

Note that if you are signed in to Google with multiple accounts (personal and work in the same browser), it will not ask you which account you would like to use. Rather it will immediately create a document under your first account.

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If you're using Google Apps for Business, the URL is slightly different: https://docs.google.com/a/your.domain.com/document/create – Simon East Jan 15 '15 at 8:31

Edit: Links are now broken.

I realize that this question is as old as the original answer is outdated. The new URL for document creation is https://drive.google.com/document/create, likewise with other new Drive-related files.

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The docs.google isn't outdated, it still works. – Jacob Jan Tuinstra Oct 28 '14 at 19:01

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