A shortcut is the OSlash way to reach a web page on the browser using very simple and easy to recall words instead of long URLs. You can type o/insurance to view your company’s insurance policy on Google Slides or o/design-mockup to view the mockups on Figma.
By allowing you to internally name URLs, OSlash shortcuts help you reach wherever you want, intuitively and instantly. Shortcuts make it much easier to find, access, and share information that lives in links. Hence, they can end up saving you and your team more than 10 hours a week otherwise spent in the repetitive back and forth for the right information.
You can decide whether the shortcut you create is accessible only to you, to your entire workspace, or publicly to anyone on the web. Custom sharing with select members of your workspace (such as only your team) is also possible with the help of shortcut collections.
🪄 Tip: To quickly create a shortcut for a page after installing the OSlash extension, visit the said page and use cmd/alt+shift+u on your keyboard to pop the OSlash extension window open. Then, give your shortcut a name, add an optional (but recommended) description and click on Save.