Sharepoint Site in Windows Explorer

In Office 2010 when I used the Connect to Office option in SharePoint 2010 the library would show up in Word when I went to Save & Send->Save to SharePoint under Locations.
I have upgrade to Office 2013 and now the only libraries that show up are recently used libraries.
Also, in Windows Explorer under Favorites there is a link for SharePoint sites but I have never been able to get anything to populate in there automatically.
Is there something that I'm doing wrong with the SharePoint Sites link? And did MS really remove the functionality of Connect to Office from 2013?

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Changes in Office 2013

SharePoint Workspace is being removed from the Office product base. MS will release SkyDrive Pro client for Windows with Office 2013.
The replacement feature is SkyDrive Pro client for Windows, which is included with Office 2013. This lets users take doc libraries offline for SharePoint and sync them.

Hope this helps.
Hawkeye_11105Author Commented:
It's not syncing that I'm interested in. What I want is for there to be an easy way for a user that starts a new document in MS Word to save to a document to a library. The recent folders list is fine but it would be better if a user could have a static list like they did in Office 2010.
Hope your version of Office 2013 include Sky drive.  Did you try setting up a New Sync with SharePoint and Sky Drive? If not setup one.

1) Click on the SkyDrive Pro
2) Select "Sync a new Library" option in the menu
3) Provide your SharePoint site URL
4) Select the Library to Sync
5) Open the Library

Ref :

Hope this may helps.
Hawkeye_11105Author Commented:
Thank you guys for all of your help but this was never solved. We recently moved to SharePoint 2013 so this question is no longer relevant.

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Hawkeye_11105Author Commented:
The problem was never solved. I think it was more of an issue with SharePoint than anything else
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