Better Web Searching with Snapback and Tabs

If you do a lot of web searching, you may want to use the Safari Snapback feature to jump back to the page of search results. You can also use Safari tabs to keep search results around and load multiple result pages at once.

Comments: 7 Responses to “Better Web Searching with Snapback and Tabs”

    Gary
    2 years ago

    Thanks..very practical for everyday use!

    Bob
    2 years ago

    Well done.
    Suppose I’ve opened a page with 10 or more pictures and
    one has to click to see each one on a new page, etc.
    How to get back to the page with the first image?
    We can drop the history record and pick the first one.
    Any other suggestions?

    2 years ago

    Bob: The Tabs technique in the video is probably the best one for your case.

    Kelni
    2 years ago

    Thanks, one of the most beneficial tips I have seen! Wish I had seen this years ago, my Index finger would not feel as numb!

    Ian Leckie
    2 years ago

    Excellent! I´ve never been able to get Snapback to work (been bugging me for a long time) because I didn´t realise you had to search in the address bar and not
    straight off in Google, in my case. Thanks a lot, Gary!!

    Seth
    2 years ago

    Another option if you use Google search is in a Google search window click settings and then choose “Where results open” and check the box for “Open each selected result in a new browser window” then the search page will always stay open in a tab and the results open in a new tab.

    Seth
    2 years ago

    Addition to my post above: This setting persists, you won’t have to do it again.

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