Adding a Mac Keyboard Shortcut For Moving a Window To Another Display

If you have multiple displays, it is handy to be able to quickly move the current window to the other display. There is already a Menu Bar command for this. But with a little work, you can add a keyboard shortcut as well.

Comments: 3 Responses to “Adding a Mac Keyboard Shortcut For Moving a Window To Another Display”

    Mark
    2 weeks ago

    Great tip Gary! I absolutely will be using this to switch Zoom window to separate display for conference calls. Already set the commands up and works perfectly!

    IT Juggler
    1 week ago

    Great tip. I used Command Option 1, 2 , 3, etc. for multiple displays and used Command Option left/right arrow for Tile Window to Left/Right of Screen.

    IT Juggler
    1 week ago

    Oops. I meant Move Window to Left/Right of Screen, not Tile.

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