If you are working under a heavy load. Being able to access everything fast is a necessity. Especially when everything is on your Mac. And the fastest way to do so is by creating tags.

So, follow the give below guide to implement tags:

How to use Tags in Mac?

Step 1: Open up the Finder app on your Mac, and select, the “Finder” option from the menu.

Step 2: Select, “Preferences”.

Select 3: Select, “Tags”.


To use Tags, open Preferences, click Tags

Step 4: Select the tags you want to display near the Finder’s sidebar. And they will show up there.

Step 4: Select the tags you want to display near the Finder's sidebar. And they will show up there.

How to create custom Tags

Step 1: Access the Finder app, click on the “Finder” option from the top menu to open up an overflow menu.

Step 2: From the menu select, “Preference”.

Step 3: Select, “Tags”.


To create custom Tags, click on Finder from the Menu bar, select Preferences. Click Tags.

Step 4: Select the + button.

Step 5: Type in your Tag name.

Step 5: Type in your Tag name.

Step 6: Select the circle adjacent to the tag, and pick the color for you.

Step 6: Select the circle adjacent to the tag, and pick the color for you.

How to customize the Finder sidebar

Step 1: Open up the Finder app, and click on the “Finder” option in the top menu bar to open up the menu.

Step 2: From the menu select, “Preferences”.

Step 3: Select, “Sidebar”.


To customize the Finder sidebar, open Preferences, click Sidebar

Step 4: Select the items you want to see in the sidebar of the Finder.


How to customize the Finder sidebar

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