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I accidentally deleted the 'Today' folder in the history part of Finder. How do I get it back?
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Go to the Finder, in the Finder menu>Preferences>Sidebar check "Today" under "Search for".

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I accidentally deleted the 'Today' folder in the history part of Finder. How do I get it back?
Do you use it? There's no harm in not having it there.
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