Here are some of the top hidden features of macOS Sierra running on your Mac that you probably don’t know about.
If you are a proud Mac owner, running the latest macOS platform released by Apple, chances are that you have been interacting with the features that have been put front and center, but potentially not using some of the more powerful options that are hidden away. We are here to help you uncover those hidden features of macOS Sierra so that you can use your Mac to its full potential like a power user.
As you may already know, macOS Sierra is a evolution of the OS X platform, so much so that the name change seems pretty apt given how Apple’s latest desktop platform seems more aligned with it’s mobile platform; iOS.
If you haven’t discovered some of the non-publicized features of macOS Sierra, or are yet to update your iMac or MacBook to the latest and greatest desktop OS from Apple, we have them listed here along with instruction on how to get up and running with them. So without further ado, let’s dive right into them!
Notes App Collaboration
Google Drive has been doing it for years. Apple has just introduced it into its iWork suite, but yes, macOS Sierra also brings the ability for multiple people to collaborate on Notes created using the native Notes app just like its iOS 10 counterpart. Notes is never going to be the most comprehensive editing software ever made, but it’s fantastic for simple documents that need to be modified by multiple people. You can share the note over Messages, Facebook, Twitter, Mail, or you can simply copy the link and send it through any other chosen medium.
To get started, simply click on “Add People” icon button on top right side of the interface to begin sharing and collaborating notes.
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