How to open new tabs macOS Terminal

Open tabs in macOS terminal
Open tabs in macOS terminal

In order to open a new tab in macOS Terminal (I am using macOS Big Sur with Zsh as default shell), you can do that in two ways,

Open new Terminal tab keyboard shortcut

Being on the Terminal window press Command + T button to open a new tab.

Open new Terminal tab using menu options

Go to Menu: Shell -> New Tab -> New tab with Profile

You get different options here like, Basic, Grass, Homebrew, Man Page, Novel, Ocean, Pro, Red Sand, Solid colors, etc

⚡️ Now if you want to add more tabs you can click on the + sign next to the last tab, this will open up more tabs!

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