As someone who obsessively organizes the directory structure of his Mac, and spends even more time pruning the desktop, I’m annoyed when there’s something I can’t control or update. For several months I have been annoyed by the Xcode Organizer showing a variety of former teams I was a part of in its listing. These listings weren’t doing anything to harm my development process, but they were a mild annoyance anytime I’d work with the Organizer.
After much experimentation, which even included manually editing crazy plists and XML files, I finally figured out how to cleanse the Organizer sidebar of teams you no longer want listed.
- Launch the Keychain Access app (
- Select “Certificates” from the Categories listing on the left.
- Delete any expired certificates related to Mac or iPhone development.
- Delete any non-expired certificates that are for teams you’re no longer a member of.
- Quit and relaunch Xcode.