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In Chrome (for Mac), you can turn any website into a standalone web application (a.k.a. Site Specific Browser) by going to the site, clicking the three stacked dots in the upper-right of the window, and then selecting Create Shortcut from the More Tools menu:

create shortcut

This is super handy for making a standalone web mail client or web calendar… which is exactly what I'm trying to do. I've made a shortcut app of Outlook Mail from this URL:

https://outlook.office.com/mail/inbox

Now, when I try to make a separate shortcut app for the Outlook calendar at this URL:

https://outlook.office.com/calendar/view/workweek

The original Outlook mail shortcut app just gets rewritten to become the Outlook calendar. I'm assuming this is because they're both coming from the same domain and subdomain.

Is there a way around this? Is it possible to have two seperate shortcut apps coming from the same domain?

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