Open New tab using keyboard shortcut in Mac Terminal


Open New Tab in Mac Terminal Using Keyboard Shortcut

If you use Terminal a lot on your Mac device running macOS, then at times you may have to work with multiple windows at the same time, if you are wondering if there is a way to open tabs in Terminal just like web browsers like Chrome or Safari, yes you can!


In order to open a new tab on Mac Terminal just press Command + T on your keyboard while you are on the Terminal Application. This will open up a new tab on the right side.


Note, as you open up a couple of tabs, you will see a plus sign + at the right top side of the Terminal Window, by clicking on it you can also open a new tab.


The one other way you can open a new tab is by using the menu option: Shell -> New Tab -> New Tab in Profile



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