I'm a bit of a neophyte at this amazing program, and have zero scripting skill. Though I'm beginning to think I need to get some.
I do a lot of scanning, and most of what I scan gets sorted into one of 20-30 client subfolders. I add a client name or file number to every file as it's saved by the scanner, but I still have the dreary task of sorting them all into their appropriate folders from time to time. I haven't found a better way to speed this up than to add a Hazel rule corresponding to every single new folder name as they're added, but this winds up being really cumbersome.
The grail would be a KM folder watcher that compares each new file to a dynamic subfolder list that it queries, and sorts the new file into the matching subfolder (if it finds a match).
Is this possible? Is it easy, and I'm just a dope that I can't for the life of me figure out how to do it?