Here is a guide that will add the Documents, Downloads, Music, Pictures and Videos folder to the Home folder icon when clicking on it with your right mouse button.
First copy the ‘Home Folder’ launcher file to the .local/share/applications folder in your home directory. To do this open a terminal window (press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy+paste the follwoing line:
cp /usr/share/applications/nautilus-home.desktop ~/.local/share/applications
To open the file copy+paste the follwoing line:
And replace the text with the text shown below
Comment=Open your personal folder
[Documents Shortcut Group]
[Downloads Shortcut Group]
[Music Shortcut Group]
[Pictures Shortcut Group]
[Videos Shortcut Group]
When done save and close the file, logout and back in again for the changes to take effect. When Logged in click with your right mouse on the Home folder icon and click on the folder you want to open.
If you get the message that the nautilus-home.desktop file doesn’t exist you need to make it yourself. First check if the applications folder exists in your .local/share folder. Click on the Home folder icon and press Ctrl+H to show the hidden files and folders. Click on the .local -> share folders and look for the applications folder. To make the applications folder click with your right mouse button and select Create New Folder and name it applications. Open the applications folder and click with your right mouse button and select Create New Document -> Empty Document. Now copy+paste the text into the empty file and when done save the file as nautilus-home.desktop and when done close the file and logout and back in again.