Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
macOS Sierra's Calendar support has robust features that may suit your needs.
Mail can fill in the blanks oddly from its Previous Recipients list.
Sometimes you don't want all the formatting and links that are included when you copy text.
A colleague wants high-contrast text while viewing a PDF.
A reader is collaborating with someone with an older version, and trying to figure out the best interchange format.
A reader wants to avoid duplicates after sharing calendars with colleagues.
A reader has a persistent red blot on his Mail app.
A reader can't save a file that he's able to open in Excel.
Apple doesn't provide an acknowledgement loop for email attachments sent by Mail Drop, and you can't "remove" files from Mail Drop either.
A reader has a mismatch between the body of a message and the ostensible sender.
The final episode in our series on setting up and managing devices using Server’s Profile Manager service
A utility that dates back before OS X to Next operating systems still delivers a punch for handling text formats and converting one to another.
You can use Pages, Numbers, and Keynote to create documents with your friends, family, or co-workers, Here's how to get started.
These add-ons will track your messages, schedule your meetings, and more.
Easily unsubscribe to bulk emails, manage an inactive account and more with these tips.