Introducing Universal Control
Probably the coolest feature from macOS Monterey is Universal Control. This feature lets you use one mouse and keyboard seamlessly across two or more Apple devices. That way, you can connect your Mac and your iPad pretty much automatically – just place your iPad next to your Mac computer and they’ll connect allowing you to drag and drop items across them, and more.
You can move your cursor from your Mac to your iPad and start controlling your iPad with your Mac’s keyboard or mouse. Meaning, you can close apps, switch between apps, and even use keyboard commands.
Like we mentioned before, you can drag and drop files between devices automatically. It works with more than two devices, too, so you can move a file from your iPad to your MacBook and even drag it again to your iMac.