First, you'll want to create as many desktops as you need on your Mac. Once you have the amount of desktops you need, you can organize each desktop based on your preferences.
For example, you might have one desktop dedicated to researching on Google Chrome or Safari, one desktop dedicated to Pages or Microsoft Word, and another desktop dedicated to the software or window you are working on. Decide what might work best for you.
Once you've decided what windows you would like to use for what desktops, open them up on your main desktop and move onto the next step. As you can see, I have Chrome and Microsoft Word opened.
Now, let's drag and drop each app or window to the preferred desktop. First, press and hold the window you want to drag using your trackpad or mouse.
Then, to shuffle to the right, and see desktops one, two, and so on, press Control on the left side of your keyboard (
ctrl^) and the right arrow on the right side of your keyboard (
>). You can do this as many times as you need to reach whatever desktop you'd like to reach.
For example, if you are on your main desktop, press
ctrl + > once to get to desktop two, twice to get to desktop three, and so on.
Next, you can drag or drop whatever windows or apps you'd like to the desktops on the left as well.
To get back to your main desktop, or to shuffle from desktop three back to desktop two, and so on, press Control on the left side of your keyboard (
ctrl^) and the left arrow on the right side of your keyboard (
Alternatively, if you want all your windows in full screen, you can put them in full screen, and it automatically creates a new desktop for you to shuffle to.