This Action is actually a multipurpose Action that provides the following actions: (All actions can be used with either a File or Folder)
You can either insert the main Action (shown above), and then choose the actual action to use in the dropdown, OR, insert one of the preconfigured Actions from the Action panel/menu:
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Click the File Chooser button on the right of an action to select an existing file or folder on disk. Option-click on the File Chooser button to show the currently selected file or folder in the Finder (assuming it exists already).
Move or Rename lets you either move a file to a new location, or rename it in the same location, or move it to a new location with a new name. If you wish to just move a file, specify an existing folder as the destination of the move. If you wish to rename a file, specify the new name as the destination, either by itself, or with a full path that is in the same folder as the source location. If you wish to move and rename a file, specify the full path of the destination, including the new name of the file in its new location.
Note: The source path must be an absolute path (or a path relative to home ~). The destination path must either be a simple single path component (no ~ or /) or an absolute path. If it is a simple path component, then it is relative to the parent directory of the source path. As mentioned above, this is particularly useful in the Move or Rename action, as you can, for example, rename from ~/Folder/Old Name to New Name.
You will get an error/failure if the destination file already exists. So, if you want to overwrite the destination file, you will need to first move the destination file to macOS Trash. For an example of this, see How to move all files in a specific folder and replace
Keywords: Create Folder, Move to Trash, Copy File, Copy Folder, Duplicate File, Reveal File, Reveal Folder, Move File, Move Folder