I’m sure many of you know how to organize your fonts on your Mac but, just in case, I wanted to share this very easy technique.
Because, if you’re anything like me, you have quite the font collection. Like at least a zillion, right? And that means you might find yourself scrolling endlessly through a list to get just the font I’m looking for.
Well, on a Mac, there is a quick way to sort these fonts into folders!
Just head into your Applications and find Font Book:
Once you open Font Book, you will see a list of all your fonts, along with some folders that are already there (like Fixed Width and Traditional on mine):
To create a customized folder, click on the + sign at the bottom, left-hand part of the Font Book:
(favorite fonts is my newest category, since I go through those phases where I use the same group of fonts for awhile)
Then, you can click and drag any font from the font list to your new folder:
The font can even be stored in multiple folders. For instance, I have this particular font stored in my Favorite Fonts folders, as well as in the KG Fonts folder where I keep all of my Kimberly Geswein fonts (❤ ❤ ❤):
Now when I design in Powerpoint, I can go to Font Collections, select the folder I need, and jump to that font quickly:
And that’s that! I hope this was of help if you didn’t know about this before…I would love to hear how it works out if you are organizing your fonts for the first time!
I have 468 fonts right now, and that’s after cleaning out of ton of old ones! How many fonts do you have? 🙂