Go to Specific file path using Mac Finder

If you are a person who uses the Terminal console a lot, file paths are what you may prefer to navigate to files and directories quickly.

Do you know you can navigate to a specific path on Finder app? All you see to do is press Command ⌘ + Shift + G keys on your keyboard while being on the Finder window. A window will appear where you can add the path and navigate to it.

Navigate to a file path using Finder App

As you can see in the above gif demo, I could navigate to ~/Desktop easily using this option.

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