Two of the great updated features in OS X Yosemite are improved versions of both Notification Center and Spotlight, both of which have become staples on OS X. Both of these features have received substantial updates, dropping their old user interfaces entirely, and gaining quite a few new features.

In this video, we’ll take you on a little tour of the new interfaces and their features.

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13 Responses to “Hands-on with the new Notification Center and Spotlight in OS X Yosemite (Video)”

  1. Isn’t there any more “do not disturb” tab?

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  2. So, the key question: how stable, in 1 to 10, is it? :)

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  3. what happened with all the expected hardware?

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  4. Rahul Singh says:

    Hardware seems to have taken a back seat until now. In fact I always want them to make delayed updates in hardware. You buy an iPad and suddenly two months later tadaa! there is iPad Air. Its heart breaking. Though I’ve enrolled for the beta release of Yosemite and really looking forward to it

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  5. bqecze says:

    Using iOS beta 8 on iphone and Yosemite on MBP, just noticed that all text messages are now forwarded to iMessage on MBP whether they are iMessage or not. Works quite well.

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  6. So is the dashboard still there?

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