In an earlier post, we introduced you to OSX Services. These application services provide a way for applications to communicate with each other.
One particularly useful way to use Services it to send file attachments through Mail. The typical workflow for attaching a file to an email message is to open Mail.app, create a new draft, open the Finder to the folder with the file you want to attach and drag it to the email draft. With services this is much easier.
I was going to create a video illustrating this but found this instead.
As you can see, it’s simply a matter of selecting the file in the Finder and choosing the Services Send To menu.
If you have other ways to use Services to make computing easier, let us know.