T.T. O’Brien on an often overlooked but highly useful feature in macOS.
Like the Dock, the Mac’s Menubar doesn’t get much love, either, and seems more like a leftover from the Mac OS Classic days, yet it is packed with options and capabilities– if you choose the right utilities to reside in the Menubar.
What utility is best?
Bartender is a good way to segregate those Menubar apps which get used frequently vs. those that are used seldom but still reside in the Menubar. For example, I don’t need the Dropbox, OneDrive, or Google Drive icons in the Menubar because I seldom use those utilities. Bartender hides them in a one-click hidden Menubar.
I love that tool.