How to Show iCloud Status Indicator in Mac Finder

How to Show iCloud Status Indicator in Mac Finder

If you’re a Mac user who relies on iCloud Drive for data syncing and cloud storage, you might appreciate knowing that you can enable an optional iCloud Status indicator in the Mac Finder. The iCloud Status indicators in Finder can tell you if a file or folder is only in iCloud, on the local Mac,…

How to Rename Files & Folders in iOS Files App

How to Rename Files & Folders in iOS Files App

The iOS Files app and iCloud Drive offer a file system of sorts for the iPhone and iPad. One frequently used capability of file systems is the ability to rename files and folders as necessary, and as you might expect, the Files app for iOS offers this functionality too. Apple is quite consistent with these…

How to Access iCloud Drive from Command Line in Mac OS

How to Access iCloud Drive from Command Line in Mac OS

Some Mac users may need to access iCloud Drive from the Terminal in Mac OS. But if you have tried to access iCloud Drive via command line on your own, you may have noticed it does not appear in the user Home directory. This is because iCloud Drive is actually locate elsewhere in Mac OS,…

How to Create New Folders in Files App for iOS

How to Create New Folders in Files App for iOS

The Files app for iOS provides access to iCloud Drive and every file or folder contained within it, whether for individual apps or things you have uploaded yourself to iCloud Drive. If you want to better organize your files in the iOS Files app, you can easily create new folders in Files app. The Files…

How to Disable iCloud Desktop & Documents on Mac

How to Disable iCloud Desktop & Documents on Mac

The most recent versions of MacOS have an iCloud feature which allows the Desktop and Documents folders on a Mac to be synced to iCloud Drive. This allows a Macs desktop and documents folders to be accessed from other Macs, iOS devices, or iCloud. A fair amount of users turn this feature on when updating…