Quite useless. Way too many files for that view to be useful.Do you use all my files in Finder or is it useless?
I actually have the Documents folder in the Dock for easy access to those files.Nope. My Finder opens to Documents since that's what I need most often. My most commonly used apps are in the dock. I don't need access to all of my files in alphabetical order. If I don't know where a file is, I search for it.
I recently thought the "all my files" might be useful if you wanted to find a file that was recently opened or modified. This filter doesn't even seem to be working properly. I opened an Excel file on my desktop - modified it and saved it. This file does not show at the top of the list in "all my files" as you would expect it to. If I go to the desktop folder and sort by "modified" it is at the top of the list.Do you use all my files in Finder or is it useless?
Better yet, learn to use Spotlight and Smart Folders.It's like the first thing i turned off. But i suppose for people who save everything to the desktop because they don't understand the concept of folders and don't know where the documents folder is it may be slightly useful?
IMO it would be better if Apple just directed people to the documents folder.