In Apple’s Reminders, double-click a list to create a new, focused window for it. Alternatively, use ⌥ ⌘ S (View > Hide Sidebar) to focus the main window on your current list.
Safari has a couple of handy shortcuts and options for automatically opening all links in a bookmakers folder at once.
If you pinch (zoom) out in Safari 6.x, you can view your tabs as large thumbnails and swipe between them.
If you use the Finder’s Column view (⌘-3, or View > as Columns) and select a text file, you can scroll a preview of what’s inside in the preview column without having to open the […]
A quick way to toss a bunch of files and folders into a new folder is to select them and use ⌃-⌘-N (Finder > New Folder with Selection). This will create a new folder, either […]
If you select one or more files in the Finder, right-click, and use the Share option for a service like Flickr or Twitter, your files will animate into the share sheet that appears. Bonus tip: […]
Contacts (previously Address Book) has long allowed you to select one or more cards and choose Card > Merge Selected Cards to help you clean up duplicate contact information (Card > Look for Duplicates is […]
OS X has long had text-to-speech features, but Apple added dictation in Mountain Lion with, of course, an obvious influence from iOS. By default, you can double-tap the Fn key on an Apple keyboard to […]
If you use more than a couple full-screen apps in Lion or Mountain Lion, you can rearrange them in Mission Control to make switching between them more convenient. Simply trigger Mission Control, then at the […]