macOS – Google Chrome Shortcut Keys
Google Chrome Shortcut Keys for macOS
Command+T – Open new tab
Command+W – Close tab (or close Chrome if only one tab is open)
Command+Shift+T – Reopen last tab closed. Up to 10 tabs.
Command+[/ Command+]/ – Switch to the previous tab/ next tab in browsing history for tab
Command+N – Open new Chrome window
Command+Shift+N – Open new Chrome window in incognito mode
Command+Left-click – Open link in a new background tab
Command+Shift+Left-click – Open link in a new foreground tab
Shift+Left-click – Open link in a new window
Drag link to existing tab – Open link in selected tab
Drag link to tab bar – Open link in a new tab in the specified position on the tab strip.
Command+L – Jump to address bar and highlights current webpage URI
Home/End in address bar – Jump to beginning / end of address bar
Command+A in address bar – Select all text of address. Also use shift+end with cursor at beginning or shift+home with cursor at end
Type name of site and pressCommand+Enter – Add www. to beginning and .com to end of input and opens the web address in current tab.
Type name of site and pressOption+Enter – Add www. to beginning and .com to end of input and opens the web address in new background tab.
Type search term and press Enter – Perform a search using the search engine associated with the keyword or the URI.
Type name of search engine and press Tab – Tab-to-Search feature. E.g. Typing in ‘yahoo.com’ plus tabopens yahoo search. Add/edit search engines via ‘Under the Hood’ -> Basic -> Search Engines.
Arrow Down/Arrow Up with focus on webpage – Scroll down / scroll up
Space/Shift+Space – Scroll one page down / one page up.
Home/End – Jump to beginning / to end of webpage
Command++/- – Zoom in / zoom out (or Command+mousewheel)
Command+0 (zero) – Return zoom to normal text size
Command+Option+U – View webpage source
Command+Shift+F – Turn full screen on / off
Option+Shift+H – Jump to your Homepage
Option+Arrow Left/Arrow Right – Jump to previous webpage visited / jump to next webpage
Command+R – Reload current webpage
Command+F5 – Reload current webpage with cache override
Esc – Stop webpage loading
Command+P – Print current webpage (Chrome Print Dialog)
Command+Shift+P – Print current webpage (Native Windows Print Dialog)
Command+O – Open file
Command+S – Save current webpage
Command+H – Open History tab
Command+J – Open Downloads tab
Command+F – Find text on webpage. Press Enter for
Command+G – Find next match of Search
Command+Shift+G – Find previous match of Search
Command+E – Use Selection for Find
Command+J – Jump to selection
Esc – With focus on Search box: Close Search box
Command+Shift+B – Show or hide bookmarks bar
Command+Option+B – Open Bookmark Manager
Command+D – Add bookmark for current webpage
Command+Shift+D – Saves all open pages as bookmarks in a new folder
Drag URI to bookmark bar – Bookmark webpage (can be URI from address bar or link from page)
Option+D, then F6 – Jump to bookmark toolbar. Use arrow keys and enter to access bookmarks
Option+F, then b – Open Bookmark Manager Tab
Shift+Option+T – Set focus on the toolbar. Use arrow keys to navigate between different buttons on the toolbar.
Shift+Esc – View Google Task manager
F1 – Chrome Help
Command+Shift+I – Open Developer Tools