macOS Mojave’s Finder Quick Actions are easy to use – and love

“Last week I told you about some of my favorite new macOS Mojave features — the new screenshot keyboard shortcut Command + Shift + 5; Markup tools everywhere; and Continuity Camera,” Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus writes for Apple World Today. “They’re just the tip of the iceberg.”

“Digging a little deeper, I place Finder Quick Actions at the top of the list,” LeVitus writes. “These new items appear at the bottom of the Preview pane in Finder windows when files are selected.”

“You can create your own Quick Actions using Automator,” LeVitus writes. “To me, that may be the sweetest part…”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Being able to quickly convert files and trim audio and video in Mojave is a real timesaver!

See also MacRumorsHow to Use Finder Quick Actions in macOS Mojave and Macworld‘s macOS Mojave: What are Finder Quick Actions and how to use them.


  1. Mojave has been the smoothest macOS update I’ve seen in years. Its fast, and pretty much uneventful for me. I’ve done about 10 systems so far, getting a feel and not a glitch on a single one. I’ve done both clean installs and installs on top of High Sierra.

    1. I have a 3TB fusion hard drive. It has worked flawlessly in Mojave. I confess (with embarrassment) that I did not know APFS was coming with Mojave to fusion drives. I probably would have waited. I checked and my HD is now in APFS format. It is working really well – it may be part of the reason Mojave seems faster and smoother.

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