You can use your trackpad to perform a variety of actions, such as swiping between pages, zooming in and out, and rotating images. To customize your gestures, go to System Preferences > Trackpad > Gestures.
Hot corners are areas of your screen that you can assign to specific actions, such as hiding all windows or putting your Mac to sleep. To set up hot corners, go to System Preferences > Mission Control > Hot Corners.
There are a variety of emoji and special characters that you can use on your Mac. To view them, press Control+Command+Spacebar.
You can take screenshots of your entire screen, a selected window, or a selected area. To take a screenshot, press Shift+Command+3.
You can use dictation to enter text into your Mac without having to type. To use dictation, press Control+Command+Spacebar.
Spotlight is a powerful search tool that can help you find files, apps, and settings on your Mac. To use Spotlight, press Command+Spacebar.
Time Machine is a backup tool that can help you protect your data. To use Time Machine, go to System Preferences > Time Machine.
Automator is a tool that can help you automate tasks on your Mac. To use Automator, go to Applications > Utilities > Automator.
Siri is a virtual assistant that can help you with a variety of tasks, such as setting alarms, getting directions, and searching the web. To use Siri, press and hold the Command key and say "Hey Siri."
Keyboard shortcuts can help you save time and be more productive on your Mac. There are a variety of keyboard shortcuts available, so take some time to learn the ones that you use the most.