Hi, this is Gary with MacMost Now. In today's episode, let me show you how to recreate those Finder sidebar items that show you your most recently used documents. So, back in Leopard and Snow Leopard, you had some items on the sidebar of your Finder window that showed you documents that you accessed today, yesterday, last week, all sorts of different things. But these are gone in Lion. But they're easy to recreate because they're not really anything special. All they are are Smart Folders with searches in them that show you these documents and then those are placed in the sidebar. You can easily recreate those in Lion if you want them back. So, here in the Lion sidebar, we don't have those items but we can create them very easily. The first thing we need to do is to create these folders that will be searches. In our documents folder, let's create a special folder here just to contain these. Let's call them, "Sidebar Folders." And inside that, we'll have that selected and say, "Create a new Smart Folder." Now, this new Smart Folder is going to be a search here. We're going to search for, and add a criteria and say that the last opened date was within the last one day. Or we can say template, today. Let's do that. And we see a sample here of what we've got and then we'll hit, "Save." And then we're going to save that to that Documents folder, into the Sidebar Folders. We're going to call it, "Today." And we'll save it in there. Now we can see, there it is, "Today.savedSearch." So you can see that it added the savedSearch to my favorites here on the left. So I've already got it. I can just click on it and I can see files that were opened today. Another thing we can do is if we don't want a bunch of these on the left, we can drag the entire folder here, stick it in. And then we can take this one and remove it by removing it right here, "Remove from Sidebar." That way we can click on it and easily access, say if I'm using Column view, which I like, all these saved searches very easily. So let's create another one. We'll do, "New Smart Folder." And this time we will have it be that the las modified date is within the last ten days. And in addition to that, we want to make it, kind is document only, so only recent documents. We'll do save, we'll go up to the documents folder and put it in our Sidebar Folders there and call it, "Recent Docs." So now it adds it to the Sidebar here. We can adjust it. We can go to either one of these or we can go to the Sidebar Folders here to see them in Column view, a little easier, either way that you prefer it. So you can create all sorts of different ones. For instance, under, "New Smart Folder", we could easily add in for Kind all sorts of different things. So, music, images, presentations. We can change to last opened date, last modified date, created date, all sorts of different things like that, even name. So if you're naming files with the name of a project, you can put that all in the Sidebar too. And then the great thing of course is that these things automatically update. So, here is today's opened things. And if I go and open, say, Address Book here. You can see it added Address Book here to the most recent items. So that's a handy thing if you want to recreate those Sidebar folders or just want to create completely new ones that meet your own criteria, could be very useful. Till next time, this is Gary with MacMost Now.