How can I create a URL shortcut in Chrome?
Example: When I type "m", immediately, "mail.google.com" fills out, so I can just do 'm' followed by 'enter' to go to gmail.
Similar things happen with t (twitter) among many others.
In some cases, though, I want to define specifically the first choice - in particular, for "c". When I type "c", I get chase.com, but I would prefer to get "https://www.google.com/calendar/render" so I could go to my calendar quickly.
I'm sure that Google uses an algorithm to rank what to put first - hence putting "mail.google.com" first for "m" since I go there often - so I thought maybe by going to calendar more the effect might happen, but it hasn't.
Just wondering if there are shortcuts for this. Thanks for any advice.
(PS. I am aware of editing search engines so you can do, for example, "d" followed by a space and then whatever you want to immediately search on dictionary.com, but that is a separate feature.)