Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)
Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)
Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)
Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)
Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)
Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)
Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)
Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)
Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)
Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)
Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)
Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)
Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)

Mac OS Training (macOS 2 Hours session)

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MacOS Training

What can your Mac do now? Just ask.

Siri makes its debut on Mac, with new capabilities designed just for the desktop. And that’s not the only way your Mac is smarter. macOS Sierra helps you rediscover your best photos, work more seamlessly between devices and free up valuable storage space. Now your Mac does even more for you, so you can do more with your Mac.


Let Siri locate your files for you.

Working with files is a big part of using a Mac. And Siri makes it a breeze. Can’t remember where you saved that report? Ask Siri to search for the documents you opened this week, then refine your results to just the ones with the word ‘annual’ in the title.

Keep Siri results where you can always find them.

Pin Twitter feeds, notes, a list of files related to your big project and more, right there in Notification Centre. Everything stays up to date — so you always know where to find trending topics, your to-do lists or your important documents.

Search. Drag. Drop.

Search for images and information just by asking. Then drag results straight to a window on your desktop. Drop an image from the web into a Pages document to make it pop. Or a Maps location into an invitation to get your party started.

Copy on one device. Paste on another.

Copy images, video and text from an app on your iPhone. Then paste into another app on your nearby Mac — or vice versa. There are no extra steps. Just copy and paste as you normally do. Find a great recipe while browsing on your Mac? Paste the ingredients straight to the shopping list on your iPhone.

Log in before you even sit down.

Automatically log in to your Mac when you’re wearing your Apple Watch. No password typing required. Need to take a quick call or step away? Get straight back to work when you return.

iCloud Drive

Your desktop and Documents folder. Accessible on all your devices.

Access the files on your Mac desktop right there on your iPhone. Now the files on your desktop and in your Documents folder — where most files are saved — can be automatically stored and updated in iCloud Drive, so you can always access them on your iOS devices and even another Mac.

Optimised Storage

When you need more space, let your Mac find it for you.

Storage space maxed out? No problem. macOS Sierra can help make more room by automatically storing rarely used files in iCloud and keeping them available on demand. It can also help you find and remove old files you no longer use. So the files you’ve used most recently stay on your Mac, and there’s always room for new ones.

Files you rarely need are saved in iCloud. Until you need them.

When you need more space, Optimised Storage makes room by storing infrequently used documents, email attachments, photos and previously viewed iTunes movies in the cloud. You can easily find every file exactly where you saved it. Just open it up and download the original as if it was always there. Files you’ve used recently remain on your Mac, along with optimised versions of your photos, so you can work offline.

Easily get rid of duplicate and obsolete files.

macOS Sierra can keep unneeded files from cluttering up your Mac. It prompts you to delete used app installers, and clears out duplicate downloads, caches, logs and other unnecessary stuff. You can also easily find and delete large apps and files, or ones you simply don’t use. So you can be free of clutter. It can even get rid of it for you, deleting items that have been in the Trash for 30 days.


Rediscover memories in beautiful new ways.

You’ve spent years capturing moments worth remembering. Now Photos can turn them into unforgettable experiences called Memories. And powerful new technologies deliver improved face recognition, display all your photos on a world map and even allow you to search your photos by the objects and scenery in them.

People Album

Photos can now sort your images by your favourite subjects — the people in your life. Look back on pictures of your daughter and her colourful fashion style, or Dad on your annual fishing trips. Made possible with state-of-the-art face recognition technology


Now with an all-new Apple Music experience.

Finding your favourite songs and discovering new ones is even simpler with the freshly redesigned Apple Music inside iTunes. The revamped For You makes it easier to discover new music and playlists we think you’ll love, thanks to expert curation and advanced machine learning. The new Browse section lets everyone see the best of what’s available on Apple Music,from exclusives and new releases to playlists and top charts. And now you can view lyrics while you listen in the refined MiniPlayer.


Mac Basics: Calendar keeps your appointments

Calendar app in OS X keeps you on schedule. It displays appointments, birthdays, maps, travel time, and other important events.

Using Calendar

Calendar in mac OS includes maps, weather, and travel time to make setting up and sharing your events easy. Learn how to create events, subscribe to other people's calendars, and connect to Facebook and other services using the Calendar app.

You can find Calendar in the Dock or the Applications folder. 

Change Calendar views

You can change the calendar view by clicking the Day, Week, Month, or Year tab at the top of the window.

Schedule an event on a calendar

Calendar lets you add events in multiple ways:

The Quick Event field in Calendar app lets you enter events using natural language.

Create new calendars

By default, OS X includes two calendars in the Calendar app – Work and Home. If  you want to create a new calendar, choose New Calendar from the File menu. Type a name for your calendar in the text field. For example, if you have kids, you might want to create a separate calendar for each one to track their schedules. You can see and control how your calendars appear by clicking the Calendars button. 

To change the color or name of a calendar, select it from the calendars list, then choose Edit > Get Info. To remove a calendar and all of its events, right-click or Control-click the calendar's name,  then select Delete from the shortcut menu that appears.

Use your iCloud account in Calendar app

iCloud is included with OS X. Once you sign up for your free iCloud account, you can push calendar updates across your devices, share your iCloud Calendar, and see your calendar on the iCloud website.

If you have an iCloud account , you can use iCal to access and manage your iCloud calendars. If you set up the iCloud Calendar service on several devices and computers, your iCloud calendar and reminder information is kept up to date on each device and computer.

Set up your iCloud calendar account from System Preferences to see your iCloud-based calendars in the Calendar window.

Add calendars from other services

You can also add appointments from other popular services to your calendar in Calendar app, including Exchange, CalDAV, Facebook, and Yahoo.

Edit appointment details with the Inspector 

The Inspector window appears when you add a new event, or double-click on an existing event. It shows you all the details of your events, including who's invited, and where and when you want the event to occur.

In mac OS, the Inspector helps you fill out your events using Autocomplete. Start typing an address and Calendar suggests matching locations. 

Locations, Weather, Travel Time, and Maps

In mac OS, you can see your event locations on a miniature map in the Inspector. If you click this mini map, a full size view opens in the Maps app. 

The mini map includes an estimate of the travel time to your appointment destination from your current location in the event Inspector as well as the weather forecast for that day.

Add Dining Events

Just in case you're meeting someone for lunch or dinner, Calendar in Mavericks offers dining suggestions. 


Notifications in OS X keep you informed of when an event is coming soon. If you're busy, you can tell Calendar notifications to display again later by swiping them to the right, or by clicking the Snooze button. Click and hold the Snooze button to see additional options.

Birthdays and holidays

Calendar in mac OS displays birthdays pulled directly from the Contacts app. Any change you make to the birthday field of a contact automatically appears in the Birthdays calendar. 

Calendar in mac OS also automatically displays local holidays. 

Publish your calendar

Tip: Any calendar application that is compatible with the iCalendar standard can subscribe to your calendar using a URL.

Subscribe to other calendars

You can use Calendar app to subscribe to someone's published calendar, such as a family member or your work team. 

Update your calendars with iPhone, iPod, or iPad

If you have an iCloud account, you can use it to automatically keep your calendar information up to date across multiple computers or devices, including your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. See the following for more information

Calendar for Mac: Import or export calendars

To share or back up a calendar that’s in the On My Mac section of the calendar list, you can export the calendar’s events, then import them into another calendar or to another computer.

If you use a calendar account, such as iCloud or Exchange, you don’t need to export and import its calendars to back them up or have them appear on your other devices. The account calendars are stored on the calendar service provider’s servers, and are automatically updated on all your devices set up for the same calendar account.