Safari on the Mac has a minimal user interface. Although you do not have much room for customization or themes, you can customize the toolbar buttons to suit your productivity style. To make the Safari toolbar look and work the way you want it.
Why should you customize the Safari toolbar?
By default, the Safari toolbar displays all enabled extension icons, as well as the URL bar and navigation buttons.
If you have many extensions, you may want to hide some in the toolbar. You may also want to disable the sidebar button or share button if you want a clearer view.
When you customize the Safari toolbar, you will find a number of new buttons that you can add to the toolbar. Shortcuts like iCloud tabs, top sites, home page, history, bookmarks, zoom, email, printing, web inspector, etc.
For professionals who do not want to use shortcuts, faster access to features like bookmarks and history can be incredibly useful his. If you're a web developer, the same applies to the Web Inspector tool.
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How to Customize the Safari Toolbar
Now that we have answered the why, we come to How. You can customize the Safari toolbar to your liking by first clicking on "View" in the menu bar and then on "Customize Toolbar".
 This opens a drop-down menu with a visualization tool for the toolbar. You will notice that all the icons in the toolbar begin to wobble. This means that you can move it now if you want. If you have tried to reorganize the home screen of your iPhone or iPad, you are familiar with this interface.
In the Upper Part of the Customization Menu You will see a list of all available buttons. Here you will find new buttons like "History" or "Bookmarks". To add one of these buttons to the toolbar, click the button and drag it to the toolbar.
If you want to remove a button, click the icon and drag it out of the toolbar area.
You can also customize the appearance of your Safari toolbar by inserting spaces. Click the "Flexible Space" button on the last line and drag it to the toolbar.
To remove the flexible storage space, click and drag it out of the toolbar.
Now that you understand how each item works, you can just play around to make the Safari toolbar look and feel the way you want it.