Safari Hints and Tips: Part 1 – Keyboard shortcuts

By Dan Hinckley

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We’ve mentioned previously how convenient the new custom dashboard widget creation feature in Safari is but have a few additional tips on ways that you can get more out of using the browser.

One Click – Tabbed Browsing

One of the greatest things about Safari is how easy it is to open multiple tabs of websites you’re interested in visiting. I personally will open links from articles I’m reading in new tabs so that I’m not pulled away from the article until I finished reading it. After finishing, I then can click through the open tabs and review the links that the article references.

Safari makes this quick and easy. With a mighty mouse, or any mouse with a scroll wheel button, you can open links in new tabs by clicking them with the center scroll wheel. This can also be accomplished by cmd+click any link. A new tab will open and load the link but the focus of the browser stays on the article you’re currently reading.

KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS – OPEN BOOKMARKS

Safari also provides a great and easy way to open your bookmarks. To open the any of the bookmarks on your bookmark bar press cmd+ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0. Command+1 will open the bookmark furthest to the left and so on moving along the number lines.

If you want to open these in new tabs, be sure to press cmd+t to open a new tab and then cmd+1 to open the first bookmark in the new tab.

Be sure to check back for more hints and tips in Safari Hints and Tips Part 2

KEYBOARD SHORTCUT SUMMARY:

  • command+click = Open link in new tab
  • command+t and command +1 = Open Bookmark 1 in New Tab
  • command+1 = bookmark 1
  • command+2 = bookmark 2
  • command+3 = bookmark 3
  • command+4 = bookmark 4
  • command+5 = bookmark 5
  • command+6 = bookmark 6
  • command+7 = bookmark 7
  • command+8 = bookmark 8
  • command+9 = bookmark 9
  • command+0 = bookmark 10

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About Dan Hinckley
Dan Hinckley is an experienced Mac user who converted to Apple products when they introduced them on Intel Processors. He loves helping others get more out of their devices! Subscribe to Maciverse.com to get the latest from Dan and the Maciverse Team!! Find out more about Dan:

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