Many people have more difficulty renaming files on Mac, in connection with the name change on Windows. His Finder MacOS allows you to add text or replace any of the existing filenames. All you have to do is follow the procedure below.
1. Hold down the Shift key and select multiple files one by one from your Mac. Alternatively, you can hold down the Shift key and select the files using the mouse.
2. With the source files selected, right-click on them and select "Rename" from the menu.
3. In the "Rename Finder Items" window that appears, go to the first drop-down menu to select Format.
4. Then select "Name and Index". If you intend to enter a date, select "Name and Date" or "Name and Counter" to add numbers after the name.
You can also select "Add Text" or "Replace Text", but the latter is quite difficult, especially when trying to rename songs or documents of your Mac.
5. Next to the "Custom Format" tab is the option where you have to click on the exact text you want to add to pictures. The window will display a small preview of how the file name you selected will appear in the Custom Format box.
Now if you want to enter custom price, you must select the location where you want the value to be displayed, before or after. To do this, you must use the "Where" pop-up menu and select after a name or before a name. You can choose the alphabet or numbers.
6. Carefully check the "Rename Finder Items" window to make sure you have selected and assigned the appropriate values. Finally press "Rename".