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Creates a new folder at desired location. 


NOTE: You might want to disable any "folder filter" you have, since I use the same thing to choose folder destination. And don't worry, you'll still be able to use it as a folder filter ;)




- Creates a new folder with desired name and location.

- Default folder name: "untitled folder".

- Folder filter, both to search for folders only and to choose new folder destination.

- File action. You can navigate to desired location within Alfred and choose "Create New Folder". Unfortunately, I haven't found a good solution to name the new folder using this File Action. But it does open the new folder location to make it easier to rename it.


Download: http://db.tt/uxCmMG40


Please, if you have any issues, feedback, suggestions, whatever tell me :D 

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@MaximiliumM useful workflow.

Naming the new folder before its creation is definitively a must have feature.


With your workflow, I can use the "Create a new folder" file action in OS X Lion  :)

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Tried to use the workflow again, as all the other "new folder" workflows I tried were not working, and got this error: 


Starting debug for 'Folders New Folder'

[2019-03-05 01:22:06][input.keyword] Processing output of 'action.script' with arg ''
[2019-03-05 01:22:06][action.script] Processing output of 'action.script' with arg ''
[2019-03-05 01:22:07][ERROR: action.script] 31:39: syntax error: A “"” can’t go after this identifier. (-2740)

Alfred version: Alfred 3 v3.8 (959)

Workflow version : 1.0

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