Apple's iTunes Your files are still safe and sound, but a little harder to get at.
Luckily, it isn't too difficult to make your Users directory appear again. The Users directory is where the Home folders live for every user on your Mac. January 2, at 7: Will says: September 26, at July 24, at Job says: August 24, at 6: Steve says: August 30, at 2: Joe says: October 2, at 8: David says: January 4, at 4: Ananias says: January 23, at 9: James says: Jane de Moratti says: September 9, at 8: Brian says: July 26, at 6: AdrianSOS says: July 27, at 2: August 16, at Liam says: September 2, at 2: Yogesh Mhatre says: September 2, at 9: Alex Cormack says: September 16, at 1: Randy Dunning says: September 16, at 6: October 3, at 1: Ataraxios says: November 12, at 6: November 17, at Matt says: Phil M says: December 1, at Doug Munson says: December 6, at 9: Alex says: January 1, at 5: Eric says: April 10, at Matt Stein says: April 27, at Dylan says: July 23, at 6: July 31, at 3: Lee Firth says: August 25, at 3: With your Home folder selected in Finder, hit Command-up arrow to move up one level in Finder.
Now, you can click and drag your Home folder and drop it on Finder's sidebar.
In Preferences, click the Sidebar tab and then check the boxes for the folders you want in the sidebar and uncheck those you don't. If you choose this option, then you'll notice that the Desktop and Documents folders are moved from your Home folder to the iCloud Drive folder.
By default, these two synced folders show up in iCloud section of the Finder sidebar, which means you might not necessarily need your Home folder in the Finder sidebar, too.
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