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Use Quick Action workflows on Mac If you have a workflow you use frequently—for example, adding a watermark to large sets of images—and you want to make it easy to get to, you can create a Quick Action workflow. Select Quick Action. Specify any of the following: Workflow receives current: The type of data used as input to the workflow. If you choose Automatic, Automator guesses the type of input you want to use in your workflow. Note: Only Quick Actions that receive files as input are available in Finder windows. Application: The app or apps you want to use to process your workflow.

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Use Quick Action workflows on Mac If you have a workflow you use frequently—for example, adding a watermark to large sets of images—and you want to make it easy to get to, you can create a Quick Action workflow. Select Quick Action. Specify any of the following: Workflow receives current: The type of data used as input to the workflow. If you choose Automatic, Automator guesses the type of input you want to use in your workflow. Note: Only Quick Actions that receive files as input are available in Finder windows.

Application: The app or apps you want to use to process your workflow. Each app must be open for the workflow to be available. Input is: If the workflow receives input from URLs, addresses, phone numbers, dates, or email addresses, you can specify different input options.

Output replaces selected text: When the workflow receives input from Text or Rich Text, you can specify that the output replaces the selected text. Image: An image for your Quick Action. You can select an image on your Mac or choose an image from the menu. Click Choose. Add actions to your workflow. After you create a Quick Action, it automatically appears in the Action pop-up menu at the top of a Finder window, at the bottom of the Finder window preview pane in Column or Gallery view, and in the Services menu.

You only have to do this once. On the left, click Touch Bar. Click Customize Control Strip. Drag the Quick Actions button to the bottom of the screen until it appears in the Touch Bar.

Click Done. Click Finder. Select the checkbox next to each action you want to be available from the Finder. Click Touch Bar. Select the checkbox next to each action you want to be available from the Touch Bar.

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How to watermark PDFs and images using Quick Actions in macOS Mojave

Check out how it works before Mojave sees release this fall. Watermarking is not a standard Quick Action option, at least in the first Mojave developer beta, but it is possible to get the feature working with a few Automator customizations. Select Contextual Workflow and click Choose. Click Add in the action and browse to find a suitable watermark image. Here, users can adjust the offset, scale, angle and opacity of the source file. Users can select where the watermarked PDF will be saved once a watermark is applied.

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Watermarking Photos With Automator and Pixelmator

A special Pixelmator watermarking action helps to make it a one-step Automator workflow. Video Transcript: What a lot of people like to do before sharing a photo online is to place a watermark on it. So you have a photo like this and I just want to imprint my name on it before I share it. You can do that, of course, using any image editing app.

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