In one of our previous macOS how-to guides, we explained how using tags can help you organize your files and folders and quickly locate them when they’re needed. In this article, we’re going to show you how to tag items in Finder using a simple custom keyboard shortcut, for even faster tagging.
The first series of steps below shows you how to create a handy key shortcut to activate Finder’s inline tagging menu. Once you’ve done that, we explain how you can use one or more custom shortcuts to directly apply specific color tags to selected items in a Finder window.
This more powerful color tagging method requires creating a simple Automator [...]
Continuing our recent how-to focus on customizing the macOS Dock, in this article we’re going to share with you a method for adding a recent or favorite items stack to the right of the Dock divider.
Most users are aware that you can drag any folder into the right-hand side of the Dock to turn it into a stack, but the following lesser-known trick creates a unique stack type containing your most recently opened applications, documents, or servers.
Alternatively, you can also set this unique type of stack to show the Favorite folder locations and Device links that appear in your Finder’s sidebar.
Unfortunately, you can’t use stacks if [...]
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In its ongoing push into retail, Amazon today announced the opening of five „Instant Pickup“ locations in the United States, allowing Prime subscribers to choose from a selection of „daily essentials“ that are made available for pick up in two minutes or less (via Reuters). The essential items include snacks, drinks, electronics, and Amazon’s own devices.
The Instant Pickup process begins with Prime and Prime Student users visiting Amazon’s iOS or Android app to browse through hundreds of essential and daily care items. Users can then place an order, decide on an Instant Pickup location, and then go to the retail store to pick it up from [...]