If you want to create aliases in the macOS terminal (whether you’re using bash or zsh), you can do the following:
In Terminal, run:
# If you're using bash
cd && open -e .bash_profile
# If you're running zsh
cd && open -e .zshrc
In the opened file, add your alias. For this example, I’ll make a command
mtmthat opens this website in a browser. There should not be any space between the alias name, the
=, and the quoted command.
alias mtm="open 'https://mtm.dev'"
Save the file.
Now you can run your command.
That’s all you need to do to set an alias in the macOS Terminal.