If you want to format certain text in your document in exactly the same way as other text (to create headers, for example), then don’t go through and select fonts for every paragraph. Learning how to copy and paste styles is the way to go, and it’s a huge time-saver!
This article is all about one of the little-known options within Mail on the iPhone and iPad: drawing right within a message you’re composing and sending your artwork along to your recipient. We’ve got the details on this fun feature!
Apple Mail is a great program, and the way it handles quoted text in replies is one thing that makes it so awesome. If you only want to include part of the original message in your reply to the sender, then you have to learn how! We’ve got the instructions in this article.
The Mac’s “Complete” feature—available in a bunch of programs, like TextEdit, Pages, and Mail—can be helpful if you’re not sure how to spell a word and would like suggestions on it. In today’s article, we’ll go over how to use this and how it differs from the normal autocorrect feature!
By right-clicking on icons in the Dock, you can open up a world of features that you may not have known existed—including the ability to jump to any pane within System Preferences! We’ve got the details on that and on a few other neat Dock tricks in this article.
Mail’s “flag” feature is a quick and easy way to categorize messages, so if you need to follow up on an item, you can use this to find it fast. But if you’d like the flags to have more descriptive names than their associated colors, we’ve got the details for you on how to do it!
For quite some time now, we’ve been able to swipe across a message within Apple’s Mail app to perform simple tasks, like marking one as read or sending it to the trash. But there’s a way to configure the right-to-left behavior that also affects the way that notifications work, which is a little odd. We’re here to tell you all about it in this tip!
If you use a Gmail account with the macOS Apple Mail app, you may notice an issue with duplicate draft messages appearing in your search results. Here’s a quick tip on how to configure Apple Mail to prevent these duplicate drafts from showing up.
Once you’re within its interface, Time Machine’s gear menu can be really helpful if you need to delete all backups of a certain item or restore to a specific location. But you can also copy files and paste them anywhere, so if you need to use an item as an attachment, say, without saving it back on your Mac, you can do so! We’ll tell you how.
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!