|How to get "Application Shortcut" functionality on Chrome for Mac, as of January 2020:|
|1. Visit the web page you would like to turn into an application|
|2. Navigate to Settings > More Tools > Create Shortcut...|
|3. Give the app a name, make sure "Open as window" is enabled, and click Create|
|4. The folder Chrome Apps should open in finder. Drag the new app shortcut to the dock or another location for easy access|
|That's it! You can even quit the app (Cmd-Q) without closing other Chrome windows, as it acts like a separate Mac app.|
I managed to get from Microsoft Edge…
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