See how Notification Center looks and works in OS X Yosemite

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Yosemite is one of the biggest updates to OS X we’ve seen in recent years, bringing fresh looks and a slew of new features. This video takes a look at how Notification Center looks and works in OS X Yosemite, which is resembling iOS 8 more and more.

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7 responses to “See how Notification Center looks and works in OS X Yosemite”

  1. Swanny246 says:

    Errr, weren’t you always able to send tweets from NC, at least going back to Mountain Lion? That share sheet is ugly though, rest looks good though.

    • jonathanober says:

      You are correct Swanny, I know they took it out of iOS after beta-ing it which I missed more, since flipping to the app was a pain when I was writing something and wanted to tweet.

      • Swanny246 says:

        Yeah, not sure why it was removed in iOS 7, probably didn’t make much sense being in the “new” Notification Centre, it would have been a good fit slotting it into Control Centre.

  2. Asteng88 says:

    First you need to learn how to say Yosemite Englander

  3. fastasleep says:

    glad it slides over instead of pushing the whole damned screen.

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