MacStories Salvatore Aranzulla Restore Smart Searches to OS X Lion's Finder Sidebar The Finder sidebar has undergone quite a few changes since Snow Leopard. While we hope that OS X Lion's Finder sidebar will receive some badly needed refinements in the near future, there is no reason to wait to gain back some of the productive tools that are missing in Lion. Lion's sidebar eliminates the entire Search For group. This was a handy area in the sidebar that let you quickly find documents and applications you worked on or used today, yesterday, or during the past week. Apple attempted to replace the sidebar's Search For section with a single entry in the Favorites section called All My Files. Restore Smart Searches to the Sidebar While you can't restore the old Search For sidebar section, you can get back the same functionality through the use of Smart Folders, which can be saved to the Finder's sidebar. Smart Folders don't contain the actual files or folders; instead, they hold links that point to the location where the items are stored. Creating a Smart Folder Yesterday
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