It’s Tech Tuesday, and it’s time for us to drop some sweet tips and tricks to help you master the tech in your life. For anyone whose life involves a computer, having a handful of shortcuts up your sleeve streamlines your life — like, a lot. One of the most used is probably “command + F,” which helps you search for every instance a term appears on a page. Here’s the best news you’ll probably hear today: your iPhone has this feature too. Prepare to become an iOS efficiency master.

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First, go to the Safari app that’s pre-loaded on your iPhone and surf to whatever page you want. Then, on the tool bar along the bottom, tap on the export icon.

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From there, scroll left along the bottom options until you see “Find on Page” and select that.

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It’ll take you to the screen you see above with a keyboard and a place to input your search term.

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Type in the term you want (in this case, “veggie”) and Safari will highlight every time the word shows up on your page for you to find easily. Voilà! Command + F for your iPhone is that easy.

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