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Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) is becoming an option for surgical treatment of mild to moderate glaucoma. This is generating a progressive overlap between glaucoma and cataract surgery. However, angle surgery with trabecular bypasses for the experienced cataract specialist may be overwhelming. We present practical approaches, from a cataract surgeon's perspective, for an easier transition to MIGS.