The native Explorer Finder on macOS is by far the perfect tool for surfing the drive and managing files. But many users do not even realize that it has much greater capabilities than it seems. In this article we will talk about advanced search attributes in the Finder.
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The search box looks for files in a given directory and on the entire Mac, and even automatically offers some attributes when entering a query. But this is a real minuscule of what the staff search Finder is capable of.
To access advanced attributes, enter a query in the search bar and then click on the plus sign in the right part of the window.
At this stage, you may encounter the appearance in the output of a huge number of elements that satisfy the search.
After pressing the button “+” another line with search attributes is displayed. There are six basic parameters:
- a type;
- Last opening date
- Last date of change
- date of creation;
But these are just the main parameters containing additional options that users access most often. There are also “Other“- they contain about 200 additional values.
Each of them is highly specialized and has a detailed description. Putting a checkmark in front of the value of interest and clicking the “OK“, You will add the attribute to the base and now it will always be quick access.