Find Files Faster and Organize Your Mac With Finder Tags
Tags are a great way to organize data, so that you can sift through it fast when you need to zero in on a particular element. Color-coded tags are even better, and your Mac’s file manager Finder has them — those colorful little dots in the sidebar. Each default tag gets its label from its color. You don’t have to stick with that label though, as we’ll see later on in this article. Let’s take a look at how to make the most of macOS tags. What Can You Do With Tags? While naming files well and moving them into logical folders…
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