Renaming a single file on a Mac is very easy. But often you need to rename more than just one file. Sometimes you need to rename hundreds or thousands of files at once, and nobody really wants to select each file one by one and change each name manually. In cases like that, you should use apps that can easily rename multiple files at the same time.
How can you rename files in bulk on a Mac easily?
To batch rename files on a Mac, you can use:
- Finder, the built-in file manager of macOS
- Batch file rename apps, such as ForkLift
- Terminal, the built-in command line interface of macOS