15 Tips For Using List View In the Mac Finder

The Finder's List view gives you a sortable list of files and folders with columns of data such as date, size and kind. You can sort by the columns, add new ones, and arrange them. You can also navigate down into subfolders using the cursor or keyboard. Learn some little-known tricks for using List View.

Comments: 4 Responses to “15 Tips For Using List View In the Mac Finder”

    Don Palmer
    1 month ago

    Just to let you know how very important your tips for both List and Column are to a non-Pro like me.

    ntb
    1 month ago

    In the drop down options for viewing files (in both List View and Column View) you explain the difference between ‘by Name’ and ‘None’ please? It seems to me to me that ‘None’ is also an alphabetical listing of the contents. Have I missed something here?

    1 month ago

    ntb: You can sort by Name, but there is no option to sort by None. That is a grouping option. You can group by None (grouping off) and you can group by Name.

    Steve Jameson
    1 month ago

    Fine work. Thanks for taking the time to make and post the tutorial.

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