If you want to instantly jump to desired folder while you've already known the exact url, you can do like this :
- Open your Finder Window (of course you have to)
- Press down Command-Shift-G and you will see url bar appear before your eyes.
- Then type in your destination folder. Let's say you want to go to your Applications folder. Type in /Applications and hit Return will bring you there.
- There is also a auto-complete feature. When you want to go to Applications folder, you don't need to type in all, just type /App and hit down Tab, it will appear as /Applications/
- Note that ~/ is the same as your Home directory and pressing Escape will close the url bar.
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