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A web shortcut you’ll use all the time

Updated: May 15

Keyboard keys depicting "Ctrl + Shift + T"

If you’re on the web, you’re likely using multiple tabs or windows much like people keep more than one piece of paper on their desk. You do remember paper, work desks, offices, right? 

Part of keeping so many tabs open is that we occasionally close some that we’d like to go back and view. You could go up to the “history” section in the browser, but that can be a cumbersome process.

Instead, learn this shortcut:

Mac Safari: shift-command-t

Mac Chrome: shift-command-t 

Windows browsers : shift-control-t

In some situations there’s more than one way to access recently closed tabs. This article shows more:


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