Many people use the Apple Calendar app for macOS and iOS to create and manage their meetings and appointments, but there is often supplemental material that needs to be associated with the upcoming event. Instead of frantically searching your email for that PDF your boss sent you when the meeting was first scheduled two weeks ago, the Calendar app actually allows you to add attachments to your events. Here’s how it works.
Is someone sending you tons of attachments but spreading them across a bunch of emails? Do you need a way to save all of them to your Mac at once? Hey, we’ve got the answers for you right here in today’s article!
It’s a headache and a half to print out documents, sign them, and then scan them back in. Luckily, Mail on the Mac has a way that you can save your own signature and then insert it into any PDF attachment to make quick work of approvals and contracts. Melissa Holt will tell us how!
Apple’s OS X Mail app has long offered users the ability to preview email attachments directly in the message. While useful in many cases, some users find the previews distracting and prefer to have attachments displayed as icons. Unfortunately, an old Terminal command to do this no longer works in OS X Mavericks, but we’ll show you an app that can help.