Gallery View in a Finder Window

In this lesson for What’s New in macOS Mojave, we look at the new gallery View we have when viewing files and folders in a Finder Window.

Viewing Files and Folders in Gallery View
Apple replaced the Cover Flow view we had when viewing files and folders with the new gallery View. I like to think of the Gallery View as a cleaned up or updated version of Cover Flow. When you select a file, you still get a large preview of the file using Gallery View as you did with Cover Flow. The big difference is it is just cleaned up a bit. When you view your files and folders in Gallery View, your Finder window is divided in two with the preview above the files and folders showing below the preview. To show your files and folders in the new Gallery view, you just select the far right icon in the window toolbar for your views. You can also go to View in the menu bar and select Gallery View.

See this Lesson in Action
If you want to see this lesson in action, take a look at the video above.

Lesson tags: Mac Tutorials
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