Resolutionator for Mac Swaps Between Display Resolutions with a Shortcut

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Resolutionator for Mac Swaps Between Display Resolutions with a Shortcut

Mac: Swapping between display resolutions on a Mac just requires you to hop into the System Preferences, but if you’re looking for a faster way to do it, Resolutionator does the job with either a keyboard shortcut or a menu bar utility.

With Resolutionator, you can switch between display resolutions quickly on any display you have hooked up. This is pretty handy if you’re using a Retina display, multiple displays, or even when you’re using the smaller MacBook Air 11-inch. It’s $ 3, but you can check out a free trial to see if it does the job for you.

Resolutionator ($ 3) | Many Tricks via MacStories

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Quickly Move Messages to Folder in Apple Mail with a Keyboard Shortcut

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Quickly Move Messages to Folder in Apple Mail with a Keyboard Shortcut

Managing your email is never fun, but Finer Things in Tech points out that Apple Mail has a slightly hidden keyboard shortcut that makes moving messages around a little easier.

Typically, to move an email over to a folder, you have to right-click it, then select the Move to option, then a folder. That’s a pain. Thankfully, once you do it once, you can just tap Command+Option+T to move messages to that folder again. You can do this for multiple messages at a time by Command-clicking all the messages you want to move. It’ll always just go to the last folder used, but it’s still better than clicking through that menu multiple times.

Mail for Mac tip: Quickly move messages to a folder with a keyboard shortcut | Finer Things In Tech

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