The Finder menu includes the command Go, Go to Folder with the keyboard shortcut Command+Shift+G. You can use this to quickly go to folders that are otherwise hard to get to. For instance, hit Command+Shift+G and type “/library” and you will go to the system Library folder. “~/library” will take you to your user Library folder (the ~ key is just above the Tab key). Using just “~” will take you to your user folder and “~/” followed by the folder name will take you to any of your user subfolders. You can use this command to go anywhere if you know the folder path.
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