When a Mac folder contains a lot of files, the Finder’s List view often works best in my opinion. Why? It let’s you focus on a single folder. Wiht the column view you can also easily sort the contents by clicking the different columns: Name, Date Modified, Size, and Kind. But you can do more. Did you know that you can resize columns, rearrange them, and even add and remove columns? To resize a column, drag the vertical separator line to the right of its name. To move a column, click and hold on its name, and then drag it to the desired position. And to add or remove a column, Control- or right-click any column header and select or deselect the desired column. Choose from Date Modified, Date Created, Date Last Opened, Date Added, Size, Version, Kind, Comments, and Tags.
https://www.noteboomtutorials.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Finder-columns-photo.jpg 448 900 Dan Wassink https://www.noteboomtutorials.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/nt-logo-white.png?_t=1533823527 Dan Wassink2018-07-25 09:58:572018-07-02 13:59:47Did You Know You Can Customize the Columns in a Finder Window’s List View?