I LOVE keyboard shortcuts!
They save time and page loads, which of course is also time. I love saving page loads. I’m a busy mom, I will do anything I can to save page loads.
So today, I would like to introduce you to one of the lesser known keyboard shortcuts, ‘Command Click’ for a mac OR ‘Control Click’ for a pc.
In the video I will show you how to use this tip on:
- Ancestry.com – open items in new windows without losing the page you started from.
- Ancestry.com – open ‘Suggested Records’ in their own windows so you can click back and forth between them to compare the data. (Did you already know about the ‘Suggested Records’ on the sidebar in Ancestry.com? If not, another bonus tip for you!)
- FamilySearch.com – open people in a new window without losing the tree view you started from.
- FamilySearch.com – open other family members in their own window without losing the family member you started from.
- Blog posts – when a blog post has links that don’t open in their own window – learn how to open them in their own window so you don’t lose the blog post you started from.
- Amazon.com – if you’ve loaded up your cart with several items you want to choose between, from the cart, open each item in their own window so you can easily click between windows without waiting for page loads.
- ANY website with hyperlinks – learn how to open those links in their own window.
Seriously guys, if you use the internet for anything at all, you ALL want to watch this one.
Make sure you click and HOLD the command or control button while you click your mouse.
Do you have a favorite keyboard shortcut that most people don’t know about? If so, tell us about it!
ps – This is my 400th post! 🎉 🎉 🎉 🎉