1. Use a shortcut Command+D or click “Bookmarks” in a top menu and select “Add Bookmark…”. 2. In a dialog box, make sure to select “Favorites” under “Add this page to”.
Favorites in Safari for Mac – the problem
Managing bookmarks in Safari browser for Mac computer is not intuitive.
In other browsers, all saved pages are called “bookmarks”. In the Safari, bookmarks are split into “Favorites” and “Reading List.” You can access them in a left-side panel.
Despite the misleading naming, managing added pages is similar to other browsers. You just have to use a common keyboard shortcut – Command+D.
What are Favorites in Safari browser?
Favorites are saved pages that you can quickly access in two ways:
When you open Start Page – a new tab or window, also in a private mode.
When you click on a search field on the top.
How to add a page to Favorites in Safari for Mac
1. Find a page that you want to favorite.
2. Use a shortcut Command+D. Alternatively, you can open “Bookmarks” in the main menu, and then select “Add Bookmark…”.
3. A dialog box will appear. By default, under the line saying “Add this page to” a row saying ⭐️ Favorites should appear. If not, click on a drop-down list and select it.
4. Click on an “Add” button. From now on, you can quickly access the page from a search field and new tab / window.
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Manage Your Day-to-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind
by 99U & Jocelyn K. Glei
The world we work in today is not the world of Michelangelo, of Marie Curie, of Ernest Hemingway, or even of Paul Rand. It is a new world, empowered and entranced by the rapid-fire introduction of new technologies—a world where our metaphysical front door is always open, where anyone can whisper in our ear, where a “room of one’s own” no longer means you’re all alone.
Creative minds are exceedingly sensitive to the buzz and whir of the world around them, and we now have to contend with a constant stream of chirps, pings, and alerts at all hours of the day. As these urgent demands tug us this way and that, it becomes increasingly difficult to find a centered space for creativity.
Taking stock of this challenging new landscape, 99U’s Manage Your Day-to-Day assembles insights around four key skill sets you must master to succeed: building a rock-solid daily routine, taming your tools (before they tame you), finding focus in a distracted world, and sharpening your creative mind.
Dedicating a chapter to each of these focus areas, we invited a group of seasoned thought leaders and creatives—Seth Godin, Stefan Sagmeister, Tony Schwartz, Gretchen Rubin, Dan Ariely, Linda Stone, Steven Pressfield, and others—to share their expertise. Our goal was to come at the problems and struggles of this new world of work from as many angles as possible.
Because we each have a unique set of strengths, weaknesses, and sensitivities, it is impossible to prescribe a single approach that will work for everyone. The right solution for you will always be personal—an idiosyncratic combination of strategies based on your own work demands, habits, and preferences.
The most technologically efficient machine that man has ever invented is the book.
– Northrop Frye –
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