GNOME stands out as one of the most preferred desktop environments in the Linux community, with popular distributions like Ubuntu, Fedora, ZorinOS, Solus, OpenSUSE, Pop!_OS, and Debian adopting it, all of which come equipped with the GNOME Terminal. Ubuntu defaults to using the GNOME Terminal.
This tutorial guides you on opening a new terminal tab using the command line:
Open New Tab in GNOME Terminal from the Command Line:
To initiate a new terminal tab, open the terminal application (Ctrl+Alt+T) and execute the following command:
For those desiring two terminal tabs, execute the following command:
gnome-terminal --tab --tab
If three terminal tabs are needed, run the following command:
gnome-terminal --tab --tab --tab