Change Mission Control preferences on Mac
On your Mac, use Mission Control System Preferences to change options and shortcuts for showing and hiding app windows and the desktop. Learn how to use Mission Control.
To change these preferences, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Mission Control.
Automatically rearrange Spaces based on most recent use
If you created additional desktops using Spaces, get quicker access to the ones you used most recently. See Work in multiple spaces.
When switching to an application, switch to a Space with open windows for the application
If you use Spaces, have your desktop scroll to a space with open windows for an app when you switch to that app.
Group windows by application
If you have several windows from multiple apps open simultaneously, have the windows organized by app in Mission Control.
Displays have separate Spaces
If you use Spaces and have multiple displays, you can set up separate spaces for each display.
This option must be selected if you want to use apps in Split View on your other displays.
Keyboard and Mouse Shortcuts
Choose shortcuts for showing and hiding Mission Control, open windows for the current app, and the desktop. Depending on your mouse or trackpad, you may see two columns of pop-up menus in this section.
To see more available keyboard shortcuts, press and hold the Control, Option, Shift, or Command key, or a combination of these keys, while viewing the pop-up menus.
Choose actions to perform when you move the pointer to screen corners. See Use hot corners.
Click the pop-up menu for a corner, then choose an action.
To use a modifier key with the hot corner, press and hold the Command, Shift, Option, or Control key, or a combination of these keys, while viewing the pop-up menus.