Access iCloud Drive from anywhere
In OS X, iCloud Drive resides within Finder’s sidebar. If you don’t see it, enable it in Finder’s preferences in the Sidebar tab. When Finder is the active app, you can use a keyboard shortcut,
ç+¬ + i, to jump straight to the top level of Drive. OS X apps that are built to access Drive store their data in dedicated folders by default, shown at the top of the sidebar when saving a file for the first time. If you want to save in a different folder, check that any iOS app you’ll use to open that file can freely browse Drive, not just its own folder.