Right now, if I click on Documents, I go to Libraries > Documents. I want to go to [Logged In User] > My Documents.
Is there a way to configure this behavior?
You could add the [Logged In User] > My Documents folder to the Libraries > Documents library. It will then show up in the Documents Library. To do this:
Open Windows Explorer and right-click on the 'Documents' Library. Select 'Properties'.
In the library properties dialog, click on Include a folder to add a new folder location to the library.
Add the My Documents folder and whenever you go into that library you will see the User > My Documents folder.
Hope thats what you wanted.
I have been working on this myself, you have to have some registry knowledge to do this change, but this is all the information I have gathered:
Lies the folder properties. So, if you were to find the "Documents.Libraries-ms" folder, then you can edit that key value to match the "Downloads" folder link [which is an actual folder link, not a library link]
Now, I did this already, and it works. Here is what I have my Document link registry key as: