10 Ways To Quickly Access Your Most Important Folders On a Mac

If you are working on a project and using one folder to open and save documents all the time, you can quickly access that folder a variety of ways. You can add it to the Dock, Finder sidebar and toolbar, create keyboard shortcuts, and much more.

Comments: 3 Responses to “10 Ways To Quickly Access Your Most Important Folders On a Mac”

    Sebastian
    5 months ago

    I made some important file folder aliases on my desktop. BUT, it won’t allow me to drag things into them. Is this an iCloud problem or an OS problem.

    5 months ago

    Sebastian: They should work. Try re-creating them.

    Jasper
    5 months ago

    I had never thought of the print menu trick—Very useful for archiving important email!

    All these tips work with Smart Folders too. You can specify heaps of different Smart Folder search criteria, e.g., “files in Project A” + “created in the past week“, if your workflow involves checking Project A’s paperwork once a week.

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