Since I am a developer, I need a terminal very often. I prefer using on my MacOSX System. I use many tabs in iTerm and obviously all terminals point to different locations. I was tired of switching to all relevant locations everytime I start up iTerm. So I decided to give the bookmark feature of iTerm a try.
My goal was to just click on a bookmark and a new tab should appear which has the right folder as default workspace.
To add a new bookmark, go to Bookmarks -> Manage Bookmarks. Here you should click the small plus symbol. Important is the „Command“ section. Just use the screenshot below as a template. The working dir should point to the directory you want to bookmark.
Now when Pressing „CMD+B“, you should see your bookmarks bar and you can just double click open a new tab with the Path as Bookmark.