Adding Widgets to Mac Desktop Screen on macOS Sonoma 14


The macOS Sonoma 14 version has a new feature that lets you add Widgets to your Mac/Macbook Desktop just like the way you can on iPhone.

We take a look at how to add Widgets to the Mac Desktop screen.

How to add Widgets to Mac Desktop on macOS Sonoma
  • Step 1: Click on the date & time on the macOS Menu bar top right.
  • Step 2: You should see What's New - click on it.

    What's New

    Place widgets directly on the desktop and add your iPhone widgets.

    Whats New Notification Desktop Widgets

    If you do not see it, scroll down and click on "Edit Widget" button.

    Edit Widgets macOS Sonoma 14.
  • Step 3: Now you can simply drag a widget to place it on the Desktop.
    Add Widgets to Desktop on Mac on macOS Sonoma 14

You can drag and drop as many widgets as you want - Batteries, Calendars, Clocks, Weather, News, Stocks and so much more.



This is not an AI-generated article but is demonstrated by a human on an M1 Mac running macOS Sonoma 14.0.

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