When you visit your “Purchased” tab in the Mac App Store, do you have to scroll down through dozens of items? Want to hide programs that you never need to use again? We’ll tell you how to do so (and how to get them back afterward!).
This tip is about using Smart Albums in Photos for Mac. What are they? How can you layer their rules to find just the images you need? We’ll go over it all and give some examples on how you can get the most out of them!
If you’re using Google Drive on your Mac, you may have noticed that you can’t view or edit your Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides files when you don’t have an Internet connection. Luckily, Google has a way to enable offline access for these files, but it requires just a bit of configuration. Here’s how it all works!
Have you ever closed a tab in Safari by mistake, or realized too late that you missed an important piece of information on a prior website? Well, with Safari in macOS Sierra, there’s an easy way to see a quick list of all of your recently closed tabs. Here’s how it works.
macOS Sierra introduces a long-requested option: the ability to keep folders on top when sorting by name in Finder. Whether you’re a Windows user who prefers this method of file sorting in File Explorer or simply like having quick access to folders at the top of a large directory list, here’s how to enable this new sorting option in Sierra.
If you’re creating a long document in Word on your Mac, the program’s ability to generate a table of contents is pretty darned handy. Here’s how to create an automatically generated table of contents in Word 2016 for Mac, and how to keep it updated when your document changes.
macOS Sierra’s version of Mail has a few tricks up its sleeve, including a tiny button that’ll turn new filtering capabilities on. You could use this, for example, to show only unread messages in a mailbox or emails from just your VIPs. We’ll tell you how!
The default single page view in Adobe Acrobat is fine for viewing most PDFs, but if you prefer a different view, don’t waste time changing it with each new document. Instead, set your preferred view type and zoom in the Acrobat Preferences. Here’s how to do it.
The Facebook iOS app automatically lowers the quality of your uploaded photos to try and save bandwidth. If you prefer to keep your family photos looking their best, here’s how you can configure the Facebook iOS app to upload higher quality copies.
Sharing a single contact card with someone is easy, but what about sharing a hundred contacts? If you use the Apple Contacts app to manage your contacts on the Mac, then sharing any number of contacts is a snap! Here’s how it works.