Recently I’ve been wanting a way to launch iCloud directly from the Dock on my work Mac and couldn’t figure out a way to do this. I know it’s not difficult to launch finder and navigate to iCloud, especially since it is an option in my Finder’s sidebar, but I still wanted to save a couple of clicks by launching directly into the iCloud directory. It turns out, there is an easy way to do this. Thanks to a DuckDuckGo search, I found an older article on OSXDaily that explains exactly how to do this.
- Go to the Finder of Mac OS, then pull down the “Go” menu and choose “Go To Folder”
- Enter the following path exactly, then hit Return:
- Drag iCloud.app to your dock.
That’s all there is to it. Now you can open your iCloud folder directly.