If you have multiple windows open on your Mac, your desktop can become cluttered, and focusing on your work can be difficult. Fortunately, macOS has a feature called "Mission Control" where you can open additional desktops, called spaces, to easily organize your windows.
To open additional desktops (spaces) on your Mac do the following:
On your Mac, to enter Mission Control use the following methods:
Swipe up with three or four fingers on your trackpad
Press the Mission Control key on your Apple Keyboard or touchbar
Press Control-Up Arrow
If you’re working with apps in full screen or Split View, their thumbnails are shown in the Spaces bar.
In the Spaces bar, click the Add button .
- Click on the thumbnail of the new space created to open it.
- See the video below for a demonstration:
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