In the latest Mac Operating System 10.10 Yosemite we can see Safari 8.0 in new look, speed and performance improvements as well as a new feature I found myself using nonstop during the public beta. In this article we are providing the tips for safari on OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
To manage and open the new tabs on safari you can now view thumbnails for all open tabs by clicking on the new tab view button, located to the right of the address bar. Each page currently open will have its own smaller version displayed within the browser window.If you have multiple pages from the same site open, they’ll be grouped together and also you can quickly change between tabs by clicking on its preview icon, or close a tab by clicking on the X in the upper-left corner.
Just below the tab thumbnails you’ll find a list of open tabs on your other iCloud connected devices. The list makes it convenient to open or close a tab from another device on your Mac.
Side Shared Links :
Side bar link remains in safari which is ability to act as an RSS reader on your behalf. At any time when viewing a webpage, you can click on the Share button. It is also located to the right of the address bar.
select Add Website to Shared Links to subscribe to the site’s respective RSS feed. Keep in mind, the option to add the site to shared links will only be present when a valid RSS feed is found. The Subscriptions can be manageable by clicking the subscription button which is shared at linked columns.
You may notice your favorites are no longer displayed just below the address bar. To select a site from your favorites, simply click in the address bar. Below the address bar, before you start typing anything, you’ll find thumbnails for your favorites. Click on the thumbnail to visit the site.
How ever you can bring back by going to View > Show Favorites Bar.
When you begin typing a search term or URL in the address bar, you can press Enter to still perform a normal web search using your preferred search engine. Or you can click on one of a list of suggested sites, suggested Wikipedia pages, or an iTunes Store result directly below the address bar.