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Hands on with macOS Sierra’s Console: Now it’s easier to get the Mac information you need

Kirk McElhearn | Aug. 4, 2016
Improvements make the Console less intimidating to use.

The new Console app lets you create targeted searches.

And you can save these searches, as you save smart folders in the Finder. Click the Save button, and your search displays in the search bar above the messages. (You can already save search queries in El Capitan, but this method is easier, and offers more options.) If you’re a developer, you’ll find this saves a lot of time when you need to check on what your app is doing.

Not everyone needs the Console app, but those who work with it will find these improvements make their work a lot easier.

 

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