On Mac OSX, you can use Bluetooth as a handy way to transfer files between computers, phones and other devices. However, it can be a little troublesome to keep opening “Bluetooth File Exchange” every time you want to send a file.
Luckily, OSX has us covered. There is a built in Keyboard Shortcut to send a file via Bluetooth. It is off by default, but easy to enable!
Simply go to System Preferences > Keyboard
Once there, click Services in the left-hand column, then look for the Files and Folders category.
Now, any time you need to send a file, just highlight the file you want to send, hit cmd+shift+B (or your own specified shortcut) and the Bluetooth File Exchange window will open. All you need to do is choose a device to send it to!