When Apple released OS X Yosemite last month, one of the new exciting features was the ability to add extensions to share in third party apps as well as within the stock Apple apps. This is a _very_ useful new feature for Mac users as I have wanted to be able to share from within the Safari browser without installing additional add-on’s to make this happen. Once you have downloaded a share-compatible app from the Mac App store, you can now add it to your arsenal of sharing options. Here’s how…
There are two, equally easy ways to access your share extensions so that you can manage them the way you see fit.
The first is the easiest, and the way most people will access their share extensions. While in Safari, click on the share button in the upper right corner of your browser window.
Once you do that you will get a drop-down menu of optional apps to share to–both Apple and third party apps, based upon what you currently have installed on your computer.
Clicking on “MORE” will open up your system preferences, which is the alternative place to begin accessing your extension preferences. Here you will see a menu that lets you select your options for Actions, Finder, the Share Menu and the Today view. You can turn share menus off and on, as well as manipulate the order in which they appear in the drop down menu..