We take a lot of photos with our iPhones and even DSLRs and other cameras. Photos are great for capturing memories with others, or when you just want to get a snapshot of something beautiful. Photos on Mac can help you keep all of your photos in one place, and even help you organize them. How to add pictures and videos to albums If you have a lot of photos and videos, one of the simplest and easiest ways to start organizing everything is to make use of albums, especially when you give them good names. And if you use iCloud Photo Library, all of your albums in Photos for Mac get synced to your iOS devices too. Launch Photos on your Mac. Click on Photos in the sidebar, under the Library section. Pick out the photos you want to add to an album, either new or existing. Hold down the command key on your Mac and click to select multiple photos. Right-click on your chosen photos and videos. Move the cursor to Add to. You can choose an existing album, or create new album. If making a new … [Read more...] about How to use albums and libraries in Photos for Mac
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The Mail app for Mac lets you use any email account you have without having to constantly go to that service's website. You can sync your Gmail accounts, Outlook accounts, carrier-specific accounts, school accounts, work accounts… You get the picture. All you have to do is set things up. Here's how! How to set up an email account The first step to using the Mail app for Mac is to set up your email account so that you start receiving email in the Mail app. Launch Mail from the Dock or Finder. Click an email provider based on what type of email account you have. If you have an email address with a domain other than what's provided (like a school or work email address that's not based in any of the big providers), click Other Mail Account. Click Continue. Enter your email address and password. Click the checkmark next to each app you'd like to use with this account. Click Done. If you have multiple email accounts, you can just repeat the process to see them all in the Mail app. … [Read more...] about How to set up and start using Mail for Mac
By Malcolm Owen Friday, January 04, 2019, 08:40 am PT (11:40 am ET) Microsoft has started to roll out Files On-Demand for Mac, a function of Office 2019 that allows users to see all of their files held in OneDrive storage from the Mac desktop, with documents downloaded from the cloud only when they are required. OneDrive's Files On-Demand on a MacBook Pro Initially announced in September, the Files On-Demand feature is now being rolled out as a full feature. According to Microsoft's product roadmap for Files On-Demand for macOS Mojave, the status has been updated to "Rolling out" as of Thursday, and is being provided to Mac users of OneDrive for Business. It is unclear how long it will take before all OneDrive for Business customers will gain access to the function, nor if it will be made available to non-business subscribers of Microsoft's Office 365 suite anytime soon. It will be made available as part of the regular OneDrive sync client, reports Thurrott. Files On-Demand allows … [Read more...] about Microsoft rolls out Files On-Demand for Mac to OneDrive for Business users
Cloud storage can be very convenient and valuable no matter if you're just using it for your own personal needs or for your business, but it can be difficult properly integrate it into your workflow without dealing with multiple apps or windows cluttering up your workspace. image iMore Digital Offers has an elegant solution for you with his great deal on CloudMounter for Mac which lets you mount popular cloud storage services such as Dropbox and Google Drive as local disks on your computer's hard drive — that means they'll always be accessible with their own icons right on your desktop. CloudMounter lets you use your cloud service as if it were hosted on your computer, letting you manage all your cloud storage directly through Finder. It's also available for PCs (if you're into that sort of thing) and you'll get lifetime access for just $19. That's 57% off the regular price which is a great deal for a program that's really going to make life easier when managing files between … [Read more...] about CloudMounter for Mac makes it easier to use your favorite cloud storage services!
I think many Mac users continue using Google’s free Gmail service.Here are some tips that may improve your experience when using the ad company’s free email service through a browser on your Mac.You can use drag-&-dropGmail on the web works like most apps on your Mac, which means you can drag-&-drop almost anything into the composition window and it will be attached to the message you are writing.You can do this using Finder if you like, but you can also drag directly using the application icon at the top left of the item name.You will be able to track the upload of the item using a small progress bar.How to create a signatureYou can create a signature in Gmail online.To do so, tap the Gear icon at the top right of the window to access Settings, open General and scroll down the page to find Signature.Here you can set your sign-off, and make a few minor adjustments, such as having it appear above the quoted text in replies. You must then scroll down the page to tap … [Read more...] about 8 Gmail tips for Mac users