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How Do I Get My Home Folder Link to Appear in My Finder Sidebar

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OS X 10.8.3. I can access my home folder via Go, but would like to be able to do so through the finder window sidebar.

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Click on the desktop to make sure you are in Finder.

Pull down the Finder Menu to Preferences.

Click on the Sidebar Tab.

Put a check mark beside the icon for your home folder.
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Done. Thanks tailoreddigital!
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