I am unfortunately still experiencing issues here. As you can see (see image below), Python (Version 2.7.16) is still set as the active python version.
I am also unfortunately running into issues after installing the MiniConda PKG. I download the PKG with no issues, however, when I try and type “conda list” in Terminal, it returns that the command is not found.
For correctly initialising conda on a Mac have a look through conda’s own guidance (if you’re on Catalina see the additional instructions on this same page under MacOS Catalina heading)-
If you’re using conda there’s not really any call to alias Python to Python3 in your shell (to be fair this extends beyond conda). Conda themselves suggest that you work within a virtual environment. It might be a little more work in the first place but it’s much more practical for a professional setting and also makes work on your own pc a little more manageable. I think it’s well worth the time investment to do so.