You may think you know all there is to know about Mac, but we bet there's something new here, you've never come over or forgotten over time, so be sure to check out our video.
- Continuity Camera – In macOS Mojave, Apple presented a feature that lets you take a photo on an iPhone or iPad and have it transferred to Mac in the document or app you have selected. To get to the Continuity Camera in any app where it is supported, go to Edit> Insert from your iPhone or iPad . From there, select "Take Image" or "Scan Document" and it will automatically enable the camera on your iOS device so you can snap a quick picture. You can also right-click in most documents to bring up a menu of the option.
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- Custom lock screen message – It is an option in macOS to create a custom message that appears on the Lock screen, which is useful if you disturb your Mac because you can enter a phone number and email address as people look right when it opens. To get there, go to System Preferences> Security & Privacy> General> Set Lock Notification.
- Emoji Quick Access – Adding emojis to documents, texts and social media on macOS can be a goal through the menu insert options, but there is a keyboard command that will retrieve the macOS emoji interface in an app. Control, Command and Space Bar all at once.
- Keychain Wi-Fi password – Want to find a lost password for a Wi-Fi network you've connected before? It is stored right on your Mac in keychain. Open Keychain Access, select System, and find the WiFi name you're looking for. Right-click on it (or double-click), select "Get Info" and then select "Show Password."
- Copy Paste Screens – You can take and share a screenshot without messing up your desktop using the hidden screen copy copying feature. Hold Command + Control + Shift + 4, select what you want to screen, and it's copied to the clipboard. From there, you can paste it into any app, and there is no screenshot on the desktop when you are done.
- Messages Screen sharing – Need help with a parent or friend with a problem on Mac? You can use Messaging to access the screen to make it easier. Just open messages, select the name of the person you want to help, and then click "Details". Click the screen sharing icon to connect. You can also click on "Buddies" at the top to get more screen sharing options.
Do you have other useful Mac tips that we didn't share here? Let us know in the comments and we can include them in a future tip and trick video.