When I browse the internet, I usually open multiple “Tabs”, sort of like having multiple pages opened at once.
I love the ability of going back and forth between my “tabs” or pages, so I can compare information. For example, as you read this, I’ll be enjoying some Vitamin Sea in Bali. Whilst looking for flights, I have multiple tabs opened in Chrome, comparing fare prices.
As I quickly work between pages, there are many time when I accidentally hit the x and close the tab.
I don’t like having to find the page I was last looking at…. alas! There’s a solution! With this nifty keyboard shortcut, if you accidentally close a tab in Google Chrome browser, you can re-open it again and pick up where you left off!
Give it a Go!
Open Google Chrome browser on your computer, and open two different websites on two different tabs. Close one of the tabs.
Press Command + Shift + T to reopen the last tab you accidentally closed
Press Control + Shift + T to reopen the last tab you accidentally closed
Pretty handy hey?
Remember this trick as you’re doing your online shopping or information gathering!