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Mac: I’ve developed a lot of systems I use to keep files and projects connected on my Mac: Wiki-link services that connect notes to to-do items, Curio projects that connect emails to projects, and extensive tagging systems to keep all kinds of files together.

Each one is, in one way or another, limited in scope (and linking emails is an eternal struggle). That’s why I’m so excited about Hook.

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If you didn’t know that the macOS Finder has built-in tabs, prepare for your mind to be blown — at least, if you’ve previously filled your desktop with new Finder windows when managing files. Instead of relying on Command + N, switch your finger up and to the left, and Command + T will allow you to open a ton of tabs in a single finder window.

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Mac: Finder isn't the most exciting thing about OS X, but it's the backbone for how you navigate the operating system. It's your file browser, your search engine and your management area, but few of us really dig into everything it can do. With that in mind, here are a few tips and tricks for getting a bit more out of Finder.

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Mac: Quicklook is an awesome feature that lets you quickly preview files without opening them. Here is a Finder hack that makes Quicklook even more useful: when you hit the space bar on a text document or PDF, you can select and copy text from the previewed document.