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The desktop is a convenient place to save files. As the name implies, Stacks puts your desktop files into stacks. When you click on a stack, it expands to show the individual files. You can also scrub through a stack of files to find the one you need.
Stacks automatically organizes your desktop, so it's easy to keep it tidy and find exactly what you're looking for. macOS Mojave introduces Stacks, which organizes your desktop into stacks of files grouped by categories, and keeps it organized as you save new files.
The desktop is a convenient place to save files. As the name implies, Stacks puts your desktop files into stacks. When you click on a stack, it expands to show the individual files. You can also scrub through a stack of files to find the one you need.
Stacks are group of files on the desktop that instantly expand and collapse with a single mouse click. Aimed at helping users keep the desktop clutter-free, stacks can be grouped by Kind, Date Last Opened, Date Added, Date Modified, Date Created, or Tags.
Turn on Stacks Choose View > Use Stacks from the Finder menu bar. Or Control-click (right-click) anywhere on your desktop, then choose Use Stacks from the shortcut menu. Each file is now part of a stack, unless it's the only file of its kind on your desktop.
Turn on Stacks Choose View > Use Stacks from the Finder menu bar. Or Control-click (right-click) anywhere on your desktop, then choose Use Stacks from the shortcut menu. Each file is now part of a stack, unless it's the only file of its kind on your desktop.
To do this, simply right-click on your desktop, select the Group Stacks By option and then select how you want stacks to stack the files and shortcuts on your desktop. You can even right-click on a stack and apply the same set of filters to files within it.
A new Leopard feature called Stacks is similar to placing papers related to each other in the same pile on your desk. Stacks are a collection of files organized by theme, and you can create your own stacks or use two premade Stacks that Apple has provided: A Stack for your documents.
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