At this time, you only need to rename the folder you do not want to synchronize, and add a ".nosync" to the file name . As shown below, we call this thing a flag to tell iCloud not to touch this folder and its sub-files.
The folder marked will show that iCloud is unavailable, which is exactly what we want. If you want to synchronize it again, just delete ".nosync".
April 26, 2020
How to stop iCloud from syncing a folder
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