This video will help you how to use the Touch Bar on your MacBook Pro. But, does anyone use it? Really?
On MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2016) and later and MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports) and later, the Touch Bar at the top of your keyboard adapts to what you’re doing and gives you intuitive shortcuts and app controls when you need them.
When you start up your MacBook Pro, the Control Strip on the right side of the Touch Bar shows a few familiar buttons like volume, mute, and display brightness, as well as Siri. The Escape (Esc) button appears on the left side of the Touch Bar.
Customize your Touch Bar
In many apps, like Finder, Mail, and Safari, you can customize the Touch Bar.
Choose View > Customize Touch Bar. The customization window appears on your display, allowing you to choose your favorite items.
When you’re customizing the Touch Bar, its buttons jiggle, and you see the Done button on the left side.
Use your cursor to drag items that you want from the display down into the Touch Bar. You can also drag items left and right within the Touch Bar to rearrange them, or drag them up and out of the Touch Bar to remove them. Tap Done in the Touch Bar or click Done on the screen when you finish.