If you frequently use Terminal you will be well aware of how annoying it is to have to constantly navigate to folders you regularly use.
Luckily there is a simple way of creating permanent shortcuts where you set what you type in order to navigate to the folder you want.
2. Type ‘open ~/.bash_profile’. A blank file should open. this is your Bash profile.
3. Type “alias YourShortcut=’cd /link/to/directory'” – make sure the quotes are non-formatted or this won’t work.
4. Re-launch Terminal or type “source ~/.bash_profile” to refresh the file.
Now type ‘YourShortcut’ and hit enter. It will take you to your desired folder!
If you do not already have a bash profile, you will need to create one. Read about doing that here (external link).
That’s all for this post. Thanks for reading and I hope this helped save you some time!