I’ve been a stage actor for nearly 40 years, so the term “stage manager” has a very specific meaning to me. Suffice it to say that without a stage manager, a product can be a useless mess. I would go so far as to say that the stage manager is at the heart of every production.
So, when I discovered a status manager feature in MacOS, I was excited. I had to think this would be an incredibly useful way to work with the desktop.
It really is.
Here’s how it works. When you turn on Stage Manager, the app you’re currently using takes center stage, while all other open apps appear as live thumbnails on the side. To switch between apps, all you have to do is click the thumbnail to bring that app to the center. If you tend to multitask, this is a great way to work, especially if you want to keep your MacOS dock hidden. You can quickly switch between apps and easily see what you have open.
I’m going to show you how to enable and use the macOS Status Manager feature.
How to Run macOS Status Manager
To switch to another app, simply click on the live thumbnail for that app, and it will take the place of the current app in the center of your desktop.
That’s it for running and using the macOS Stage Manager feature. If you multitask as much as I do, you’ll find that there’s an extra Stage Manager on the desktop.
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