Duplicating a tab in Safari

If you are an Apple Safari user, you may have noticed that it lacks a duplicate tab feature (such as the one in Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome, when you right click a tab area).

While it would be nice to have this added directly into Safari, you can use the following key combination to duplicate tabs currently:

  1. Open/Visit the tab you want to duplicate
  2. Hit the combo: ⌘ Command+L followed by ⌘ Command+↵ Return

How this works:

P.s. This technique will not result in the duplicated tab carrying the history of previous pages as it does in Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. It merely opens the current page in a new tab.