One of the benefits to using Google Chrome on your Mac, as opposed to Safari, is the ability to move multiple tabs to a new window. Here’s how to do it.
Move multiple tabs in Google Chrome
On Google Chrome, as opposed to Safari, you can move multiple tabs at the same time to a new window by doing the following:
1) In Google Chrome, select the first tab.
2) Next, hold the ⌘ key.
3) Click on additional tabs you wish to move.
4) Release the ⌘ key.
5) Drag the tabs to a new window or out of the current window to create a new one.
Yes, it’s that easy.
What about Safari?
Unfortunately, there’s no easy way in Safari to perform a similar task, although Macworld has come up with a convoluted alternative you might want to try. As it explains:
There’s a workaround that involves bookmarks and a little fuss, but if you’re moving more than three or four tabs, it’s worth the effort.
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