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
    10 months 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?

    10 months 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
    10 months ago

    Gary: Much appreciated. Almost magical!

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