Jump to Terminal in Visual Studio Code When Running PowerShell

I have been spending quite a bit of time in Visual Studio Code (VS Code) lately and it was semi driving me crazy that every time I would scroll up in the Integrated Terminal after running a PowerShell command (reading error messages for example) and then run some PowerShell from the editor again the Integrated Terminal would stay where it was.  I figured there had to be a way to do this in VS Code, and of course there is, and of course someone already figure out how to do it on Stack Overflow.  I am posting this here mostly for my reference.

  1. Install the Macros extension in VS Code
  2. Reload VS Code
  3. Ctrl + Shift + P and type User Settings
  4. Add This Code
  5. Ctrl + Shift + P and type Keyboard Shortcuts
  6. Click Edit keybindings.json
  7. Add this Code
  8. The changes should take effect immediately but if they don’t just Reload VS Code and you should be good to go!