What does the Automator do on Mac? Automator is an app that comes with macOS to help automate simple tasks. You can use it to do things like batch rename files or auto-crop images. The great thing about the app is that you can fully customize your workflows and create shortcuts to do tedious tasks automatically.
Should I remove Automator from my Mac? You can’t. It’s part of the system so just move it to the Applications/Utilities folder and forget about it. You can’t. It’s part of the system so just move it to the Applications/Utilities folder and forget about it.
How do I run Automator on Mac?
- Open Automator from your Applications folder.
- Select New Document in the window that pops up when you first open Automator.
- Select Application and click Choose.
- In the Library list on the left side of Automator, select Files & Folders.
Where is Automator on my Mac? You find Automator in the Utilities folder in Launchpad (or, from a Finder window, in your Applications folder).