“If you have more than one Mac, you probably need to exchange files between the two computers from time to time,” Kirk McElhearn writes for Macworld.

“There are lots of ways to do this, and which method you choose may depend on the type of file, or how you manage your workflow,” McElhearn writes. “Here are 9 ways you can exchange files between two Macs.”

9 ways to share files between Macs:
1. File Sharing
2. AirDrop
3. Email
4. Dropbox
5. iCloud Drive
6. Other cloud services
7. BitTorrent Sync
8. FTP
9. Sneaker net

Each of the 9 methods discussed in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: McElhearn’s right, No. 7, BitTorrent Sync is the kind of feature that Apple should add to OS X.

Not also that with Apple’s excellent Mail Drop, you can send attachments up to 5 GB in size. You can send these attachments right from Mail on your Mac, the Mail app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, and from iCloud.com on your Mac or PC. All files types are supported and attachments don’t count against your iCloud storage. If a message, including its attachments, is larger than your ISP limit, Mail will ask you to send the attachments using Mail Drop.