Yes I did. Strangely I now got 2 folders named documents and I only saw the first one which is empty. But the other one has my documentsHave you signed into iCloud through System Preferences?
It's all ok about the delay @keysofanxiety. I actually have tried everything you've mentioned about ticking on/off everything.Hi Pedro,
Apologies for my belated reply. I very much read your messages and forgot to respond.
This is a bit tricky with the documents folders and iMessage. Likely just a little sync issue in both cases but nothing major; regardless, I'd hold off on deleting anything. It's worth restarting your Mac with reopen windows unchecked & try a PRAM reset. Also ensure the OS is up to date through the App Store.
For iMessage you can try signing in and out. Also double check you've got the same account set up; verify this against the iMessage settings on your iOS device. Can't hurt to remove & re-add if signing in/out doesn't do it.
Apologies again for keeping you waiting.
Turn off the Mac, hold CMD + ALT + P + R as soon as you've pressed the power button to turn it back on. Hold until you hear the Apple boot chime 3 times, then let go