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How Apple’s New ‘macOS Mojave’ Will Make Life Much Easier For Creatives

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How Apple’s New ‘macOS Mojave’ Will Make Life Much Easier For Creatives

Apple unveiled macOS 10.14, dubbed ‘Mojave’, on Monday at its WWDC event. Aside from a gorgeous dark mode, the update comes packed with new features that could seriously shave off time from your work process.

Creatives know it’s the little tasks that help boost your overall productivity. macOS Mojave is built-in with such perks spanning from quick edits to tools for organization.

Check out how the macOS update can simplify your workflow.

Gallery View

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In ‘Finder’, you’ll see a new viewing mode called ‘Gallery View’ alongside the ‘Icon View’ and ‘Text View’ toggles. The option offers large previews of images, videos, presentations, documents, PDFs, and more, so you won’t have to manually open them.

Quick Actions

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When you click on individual files in ‘Finder’, a new sidebar showing full metadata of these files—such as the type of camera and lens used in a photo—will appear. Here, you’ll find buttons for quick actions that let you work on selected files without opening them. These include image rotations and markups, as well as video trimmings.

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Multiple selections of photos will summon a quick action that allows you to compile them into PDF files.

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Notably, you can also create custom one-click actions like watermark applications on PDFs.

Desktop ‘Stacks’

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It’s always good to keep your workspace clean. Apple has thus introduced ‘Stacks’ for your desktop, which sorts files by format types, dates, and even tags, into “folders” in one click.

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Even if it just involves one click, you won’t have to keep revisiting your desktop to clear the clutter. Files can be sorted into ‘Stacks’ right away when you drag them from other windows to your desktop.

Screenshots

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Now, you won’t need to open ‘Finder’ to locate your screenshots. As soon as you create one, a thumbnail appears on the bottom right-hand corner to let you edit images right away.

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Apple has also introduced a new dock of toggles that allows you to take full or partial screenshots. There’s even a record video option you can use to capture clips.

macOS Mojave is slated to arrive in Fall 2018. Do you think you would use these nifty features on the regular?

[via Apple]

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