Customize Your Widgets
Widgets are a hot topic across all Apple devices. Not only you can use widgets on your iPhone’s Home screen for the first time, but macOS Big Sur brought a bunch of widgets to the Mac as well.
The great thing about widgets on the Mac is that if you don’t want to use them, they will never bother you since they’re hidden in the Notifications Center. However, you’d be missing out on some quick and helpful tools for your everyday life.
Here’s how you can see and customize your widgets on your Mac.
- On your Mac, click on the Clock at the top right corner to access widgets and the Notification Center.
- You’ll see a list of all the widgets you have available right now.
- To change your widgets scroll to the bottom and click on Edit Widgets.
You’ll see all the widgets you have available on your left, and a preview of said widgets in the center of your screen. You can drag and drop them to the right of your screen to add new widgets and place them where you want to.
You can also delete widgets from the Notification Center by clicking on the “-” button located on the top left corner of each widget.
As of right now, most widgets you’ll see, if not all, are from Apple itself. However, this should change in the future once developers start working on widgets for Big Sur.