In a previous byte, I discussed how the Arc browser allows a great deal of configuration for keyboard shortcuts. Another thing that I love about Arc is something you get right out of the box: the tab switcher.
The tab switcher is much like the macOS
cmd+tab functionality, but instead of
switching between applications, it allows you to switch between your 5 most
recently accessed tabs. This is much easier than clicking back and forth with
your mouse, and the visual preview of each tab makes it easy to see at a glance
the content of your most recent tabs.
By default, the tab switcher is mapped to
navigate forward and backward in the tab switcher. These shortcuts can be
modified in the Arc settings if you don’t like the default mappings.
I personally use
cmd+shift+e as I find those to be more ergonomic
cmd+e is not a common shortcut I use in the browser.