Got garbled Mail messages on your Mac? Or are you searching and searching, but you can't find the emails you're looking for? Well, in this Quick Tip, Melissa Holt's gonna go over a step you can take to rebuild those misbehaving mailboxes. It might just help you find a bunch of stuff you thought you'd lost!
In OS X, we can have up to 16 desktop Spaces. They're managed by Mission Control. The default way to move between Spaces is with CTRL and the right or left arrow keys. John Martellaro found that to be inconvenient and shows how to change the shortcut key that changes between Spaces.
Overrun with spam after you bought something online from That Store You Like? If you're using an iCloud email address, you're in luck. Apple has provided us with a very simple way to create multiple email aliases, so if you don't want businesses to abuse your actual email address, give them a big ol' fake one instead that you can turn off or delete at any time!
OS X El Capitan introduced a long-awaited feature. That's the ability to shake the mouse to magnify the cursor and make it more visible. But there's more you can do with the cursor, especially with a visual trade-off as John Martellaro found out recently.
There's a very quick way to paste and search the Web with text you've copied to the clipboard on your iOS 9 device, all using one little nifty, handy menu option. We've got the details here in today's Quick Tip.
Twitter is copying Facebook again, this time by showing tweets based on what it thinks you want to see instead of chronologically. For some people that's awesome, and for others? Not so much. If that doesn't sound like what you want, it's easy to turn off from the Twitter website.
Some folks have been getting a weird error where they can't play a song on Apple Music because they aren't logged in, even though they are logged in. There's a hidden cache that must be deleted by hand to fix this, and Bryan Chaffin walks us through it.
Been taking lots of pictures with your iPhone 6s or 6s Plus? Did you forget to turn off Live Photos and now want to edit the feature out of the images you've taken? Well, within Photos on the Mac, you can do just that, and it'll even work if you've selected a bucketload of pictures all at once. Melissa Holt's gonna tell us how in today's Quick Tip.
This Quick Tip is about something that Apple removed from El Capitan's version of Mail (the gear icon that was at the bottom-left) and how you can replicate its "Get Account Info" functionality to see the sizes of your mailboxes again. Apple sometimes giveth and then taketh away, but at least in this case, we can still "taketh" the feature back!
Watch retailer Watches2U put together an infographic for spotting fake Apple Watches, which we've included below. It's a handy-dandy guide, especially for those who don't eat, breathe, and sleep Apple products. Check it out in the full story.
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