Make the Mac Dock More Powerful By Adding Special Folders

If you only use the Dock to launch apps, you missing out on one of the Mac's most powerful features. By adding folders to the right side of the Dock, you can have quick access to downloads, applications, files and more. You can create Smart Folders to view recent documents or documents from a single app. You can create folders full of aliases to get quick access to groups of applications or files.

Comments: 5 Responses to “Make the Mac Dock More Powerful By Adding Special Folders”

    4 years ago

    I notice that you always show icon view. I use Column View and I have always drug the Documents Icon from the top of the Documents folder to put it in my dock. Only one step instead of two. I also Control Click and choose Name, Folder and List. I also use my Dock on the Left as all monitors are wide.

    4 years ago

    Great stuff again Gary! Thanks. Can I create the "Recent Documents" type of Smart Folder searching my iCloud Drive?

    4 years ago

    Gene: Yes. Try it.

    4 years ago

    Thanks, Gary Great Stuff...
    I can sort the folder by clicking on "Control" but can I sort any subfolders? I don't seem to be able to.
    Please advise.

    4 years ago

    Brian: In List view in a Dock Stack? The sort option should apply to the subfolders as well.

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