With MacOS Sierra, Apple has finally brought its virtual assistant, Siri to Mac. Siri for Mac takes full advantage of Mac’s larger display and Finder file system, thereby making your daily tasks quicker and easier. You now can do a lot more things on your Mac including to pin Siri’s search results to the Notification Center. This means that you can ask Siri for sport scores or something else and add the result into the Notifications Center panel of Mac OS.
In this tutorial, we will walk you through the steps to pin Siri results into Notification Center on MacOS. Before we begin, make sure that your Mac is running MacOS Sierra or newer that supports Siri.
Steps to pin Siri results into Notification Center on MacOS
Step one: The first thing you need to do is to activate Siri on your Mac. You can do this by simply clicking the Siri icon or using keyboard shortcut on your Mac
Step two: Next up, ask Siri a question and wait until you see the result. Once it is done, all you have to do now is to click the “+” icon in the right-hand corner of Siri result window to add Siri result to the Notification panel of your Mac.
Step three: The Siri result will be available as a widget and you can access it right in the Notification Center.
Step four: From now on, the pinned Siri result will automatically update data if anything changes. This means that you now can stay up-to-date with your favorite things right in the Notification Center of your Mac, eliminating the need to ask Siri again.
Besides, you can use Siri to show files related to what you are working on and add that result, which will be available as the Finder Search in the Notification Center of your Mac. You can easily delete a pinned Siri result from your Notification Center by clicking on the (X) icon next to the items title.
These are steps to pin Siri results into Notification Center on MacOS. Don’t forget to drop a comment if you stumble upon any issues during the process in the section below.