Siri ranks among the most innovative features we have ever seen for years. Apple’s virtual assistant has quickly become the standard feature for all future iPhone models and other manufactures have a cult following. This year, Apple’s well-known virtual helper finally made its debut on Mac with a huge release of MacOS Sierra. Basically, Siri on Mac features much of the functionality it contains on iOS ranging from setting a reminder to checking weather forecasts.
However, Siri for Mac also has some its own features including the ability to drag and drop images from notification center. This means that you can pin any image from webpage search to your Mac’s notification center for future access.
In this guide, we will run you through the steps to drag and drop images from Notification Center on your Mac
- Step to pin a Siri image search to your notification center
Step one: First off, you need to activate Siri on your Mac by clicking the Siri button in the top right corner of the screen or you can the keyboard combination command-spacebar
Step two: Once you are done, search something using Siri like “Search the web for images of the City of London.”
Step three: You now need to click the Add button in the top right corner of the search results.
- Steps to drag an image from your notification center into an app, email or document on your Mac
Once your image has been pinned to your Mac’s notification Center, you now can drag and drop it into an app, document or email for further development
Step one: You are now supposed to click the Notification Center button located in the top right corner of the screen and click on an image you previously pinned to the Notification Center
Step two: Once you are done, all you need to do now is to click and drag the image into an app, email or document
That’s it! Don’t forget to share with us if you stumble any issues during the process in the section below.