10 responses

  1. Valentin
    December 29, 2017

    This was a very sweet one.

    Thanks !!

  2. rada
    December 29, 2017

    I have found totally different path, using Funter:

    it might be of some help to someone

    • GianMarco Tavazzani
      December 30, 2017

      Yes, I also AND it doesn’t work as here described (it doesn’t work at all if clicked on the dock!)

  3. Bill G
    December 29, 2017

    I’ve always found my stuff in
    ~/Library/Mobile\ Documents

    • Patrick
      January 1, 2018

      That’s the path, however you cannot add a folder path to the dock. You can drag it over to the space to the right of the separator bar (far right, near the Trash icon), however you can’t put it in the main dock.

  4. Robert
    December 29, 2017

    I have been looking for this…. Thank You and this is why this site and the daily e-mails are awesome :)

  5. FredH
    December 30, 2017

    The path as shown in the article is working fine for me (macOS 10.12.6)

  6. Dale Mackie
    December 30, 2017

    I don’t see the advantage of cluttering up the dock even more.
    You are going to end up using Finder anyway, so just add iCloud to the finder sidebar.
    Go to Finder preferences and tick off the iCloud item, then you will have it there whenever you want it.

  7. james
    January 5, 2018

    Im using high Sierra, this doesn’t work here. However, if you do want access to iCloud drive from the dock – type “iCloud drive.app” in finder from the top menu bar. this will find the app, simply drag this to the dock.

    Good tip, and i find using this form the dock useful..


  8. Sharon
    January 9, 2018

    I have a lot of mailbox files where I keep favorite emails. I put them on the icloud drive but I continue to add new emails to these files in mail. How can I keep the files on the icloud drive updated as I add new files on my mail app?

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