Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr join host Kelly Guimont to discuss Apple’s possible search aspirations and what that means for your data.
Some people reported being unable to search in Settings after upgrading to iOS 12. But a Redditor found a quick fix for it.
The Mac’s built-in TextEdit program has a little-known feature that’ll let you find tabs, paragraph breaks, and the like and replace them in text—or find patterns of them, even. It’s a very powerful way to clean up extraneous characters, so come read this Quick Tip!
Note that this is used better with Spotlight. Siri doesn’t seem to be able to make use of file comments.
If you’re about to fly and want to know whether your plane is on time (or if you want to see if your friend’s plane has landed!), then macOS Sierra has a handy new feature you’ll like. This will let you use Spotlight to check a flight’s status, and it’s as close as a keyboard shortcut.
Siri isn’t the boss of searching on your iPhone and iPad, or at least it shouldn’t be. Follow along to learn how to manage which apps show up in your searches, and see the catch that comes along with controlling Siri searches and suggestions, too.
It’s easy to make Spotlight searches on your Mac more specific with boolean operators and Melissa Holt shows you how.
When you are looking for something specific on your Mac with Spotlight, you might get overwhelmed with the search results. Jeff Butts has become a Spotlight search pro thanks to a simple operator. Read along as he shows you how it works and some of what you can do with it.