Many a time I find myself dealing with multiple things simultaneously. For instance, while extensive web browsing in one Safari window keeps running in the top-gear, fun-loving social media bantering in the other never lets the boredom creep in. But once I’m done with hopping from one activity to the other, I merge the separate Safari windows in one on my Mac so that I can put a bit more focus on the important task at hand.
Frankly speaking; it hardly takes a couple of clicks to merge all the opened windows in Safari on macOS. Though it’s quite straightforward, I thought it would be worth a mention. Let me show you how to put this little but handy feature into effect!
How to Combine All Safari Windows in One on Mac
Step #1. Assuming you have already opened multiple windows in Safari on your Mac.
Step #2. Now, click on the Window tab at the top.
Step #3. Finally, choose the Merge All Windows option.
Voila! Check out; all the windows have been combined into one. Now, everything is under one umbrella so you won’t have to put much effort to go back and forth.
Getting it done through a keyboard shortcut can be even easier. However, you need to first create a custom keyboard shortcut for it. Let’s check it out!
Merge All Safari Windows on Mac Using Keyboard Shortcut
Step #1. Click on Apple Logo and Select System Preferences.
Step #2. Click on Keyboard.
Step #3. Click on Shortcuts tab → Click on App Shortcuts.
Step #4. Click on + (Plus) button.
Step #5. Now you need to pay some attention. Select Safari.app from the Drop-down → In the Menu Title, Type exact Menu Command Name (as shown in Safari Navigation Menu); in this case, it would be “Merge All Windows” → Finally enter the desired key combination. i.e. Shift+Command+C
Now that you’ve created the shortcut; whenever you want to combine all the opened Safari windows, use it to breeze through in a jiffy! Wish to create more such handy keyboard shortcuts on your Mac? Head over to this quick guide.
I guess you have finally got a good grip over this hack. Never fail to try it out whenever needed. It would definitely come in handy.
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