[Since I posted this tip](http://brooksreview.net/2012/08/icloud/), and it has worked its way through the paywall, I have been getting a lot of tips from readers about how to go about adding this folder to the Finder sidebar. The tip I am linking to is one tip I only heard about yesterday, but the tip didn’t work for me.
Besides it not working for me, the tip really is a messy hack.
More readers emailed in with a slightly less complicated solution: create an alias to the Mobile Documents folder and add that alias to the sidebar in Finder. That’s pretty good, but I can do you one better.
Reader Matt H. wrote in with a screenshot of his computer showing the most dumb-foundingly easy solution. Here’s what you do:
1. [Navigate to the Mobile Documents folder](http://brooksreview.net/2012/08/icloud/) (aka iCloud).
2. Go to the `File` menu and select the command `Add to Sidebar`.
You are done. I don’t know why this works and dragging in the folder doesn’t, but I am sure glad it works. Thanks Matt H.