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Apple’s newest operating system has only been out for a week, but we’re already in love with it.We’ve been poking around and found these little known features that you just might have missed.
It's easy to access Notification centre using your trackpad. Take two fingers and slide from the top right corner toward the top left corner and the notification pane will pop into place.
Two-finger gestures are also now in the App Store and iTunes. You can swipe with two fingers to navigate between pages.
The updated Calendar app now lets you properly two-way sync all your Google calendars natively in the program. This includes your preferences, accounts, and delegation.
Previously, it would only show your main account, or use CalDav, which didn't work properly.
We welcome the return of the side bar in Calendars (showing calendar list and small month views). The faux leather has also been greatly toned down.
The checkbox for 'Reopen windows when logging back in' now remembers your selection. Uncheck it once and it stays off forever.
Beside the dialogue box that pops up, you can also view file transfer status right in the finder window.
AirPlay output can also be accessed through option-clicking the audio from the top menu.
View and check your iCloud backups from the computer. If you want to upgrade your account for more storage you can do that from the computer too.
You have the option to drag files to the iCloud window in any app from Finder or other apps.