Using the Redesigned Mac Finder Go To Folder Function

The Go To Folder function in the Mac Finder got a face lift in macOS Monterey. Go To Folder makes it easy to navigate in Finder windows using only your keyboard with some knowledge of your folder structure.

Comments: 3 Responses to “Using the Redesigned Mac Finder Go To Folder Function”

    Razvan Mihai
    2 weeks ago

    Gary, thanks again! Excellent to know that Go to Folder has now become more user-friendly and borrowed from the Terminal commands.

    Pressing just the letter i is a time saver to navigate your way into the seemingly complicated path to your iCloud drive.

    On a related note, is there a way to copy and paste a Finder Path as a hyperlink into, say, Notes app?

    2 weeks ago

    Razvan: Copy the file’s path from the path bar at the bottom of the Finder window. Then paste that path into Notes. Put file:/// before it.

    Razvan Mihai
    2 weeks ago

    Gary: Much appreciated. Almost magical!

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