You can have custom lockscreen messages show up on Mac. There are various third-party apps which allow you to add custom lock screen messages in your macOS. However, you can do so without downloading any app.
Mac custom messages have enough space for informative lock screen messages without any word limit. The message itself can be anything: a message to return your stolen Mac to you or any information for guest users.
How to Add a Custom Message to Mac Lock Screen
Step #1. On your Mac, Click on the Apple icon and then select System Preferences from the Menu.
Step #2. Click on Security & Privacy from the first row of options.
Step #3. Now you are General tab. Click on the lock icon from the bottom. If you have set up a locked screen password, you need to enter the password to be able to make changes.
Step #4. Next, click on the checkbox that reads: Show a message when the screen is locked. Now, click on “Set Lock Message.”
Step #5. You can now set a message to appear on the lock screen. Type in your message in the text field that pops up. Once the message is typed, click on OK button.
Leave the window, and you can lock your Mac to check whether or not the message appears on the locked Mac screen.
If you wish to remove or change the text, follow the above steps.
Apple products come with stronger security features, and therefore, there is little chance of your Mac getting stolen. However, this feature comes handy when two users are working one after another on the same Mac. The first user can leave a message for the second user, who can read it and work accordingly.
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