Welcome to our guide on how to boost productivity on macOS 10.14 Mojave. The latest iteration of the Mac operating system, macOS 10.14 Mojave, is designed for efficiency and speed as well as stunning visual effects. Using Mojave’s own built-in tools, you can hugely increase your productivity by making a few small changes, such as using text shortcuts, stacking desktop icons and customizing your graphics settings. In this guide, we’ll show you how to do all of these, as well as take better screenshots, add multiple languages and watch videos while working. All of the changes listed here can easily be reversed but to be on the safe side save and close any open files, and then run a full time machine backup before proceeding. 1. Use text shortcuts Your Mac can save you huge amounts of time and trouble when it comes to words you use repeatedly. Go to System Preferences > Keyboard and then select ‘Text’. Use (+) and (-) to add/replace words. You can use this to transform an abbreviation to a longer phrase – for example “appt” could become “Appointment at:”. To use these shortcuts simply enter them in a word processing program such as Pages. The text box supports paragraphs, so you can also use this store signatures of letter templates if you wish. Simply prepare the text in an editor such as ‘Notes’ and copy and paste it into the ‘With’ box. 2. Download dictionaries If you use a word processing program on your… [Read full story]
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