Step 1: Go to Finder > Applications > Utilities > Terminal.
Step 2: Type “sudo nano /etc/fstab” into the Terminal to open the /etc/fstab file for editing nano text editor.
Step 3: Enter the following command line, which will enable the NTFS to write support.
LABEL=NAME none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse
Be sure to substitute NAME with your disk name without any space.
Step 4: Press Ctrl + O to save the file after you are done and then press Ctrl + X to close nano.
Tips: If you have multiple NTFS drives you want to write to, add a different line for each.
Step 5: Connect the NTFS drives into a Mac. If they are connected, re-plug them into the Mac.
Step 6: The NTFS drives won’t pop up automatically like drives normally do. You have to find the NTFS drives in Finder.
Note: If you want to undo the change, follow step 1 and step 2. Then delete the line “LABEL=NAME none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse” and save your change.
Once again, Apple NTFS write support is least tested and full of risks. Don’t do it unless you have to.
source : https://iboysoft.com/ntfs-for-mac/ntfs-for-macos-catalina-10-15.html