Smart rule for renaming downloads?

This script works well for renaming web archives to the title of the web page.

        tell application id "DNtp"
    		try
    			set this_selection to the selection
    			set this_count to count of this_selection
    			if this_count > 0 then
    				show progress indicator "Renaming" steps this_count
    				repeat with this_item in this_selection
    					set this_type to the type of this_item
    					set this_source to missing value
    					step progress indicator (name of this_item) as string
    					if this_type is equal to html or this_type is equal to webarchive then
    						set this_source to source of this_item
    					else if this_type is equal to bookmark then
    						set this_URL to the URL of this_item
    						if this_URL is not "" then set this_source to download markup from this_URL
    					end if
    					if this_source is not missing value then
    						set this_title to get title of this_source
    						if this_title is not missing value and this_title is not "" then set the name of this_item to this_title
    					end if
    				end repeat
    				hide progress indicator
    			end if
    		on error error_message number error_number
    			hide progress indicator
    			if the error_number is not -128 then display alert "DEVONthink Pro" message error_message as warning
    		end try
    	end tell

However, I want to adapt it as a smart rule for use when a web page lands in the Downloads folder. Any thoughts on how?

I too, have similar question.

would like to have IMG(pictures) renamed after it is synced(imported) to DevonThink3 from DTTG on the title. Renamed it to the current date.

Wonder how can I do this with the current Smart Rules.

There’s no AppleScript needed for this. Here’s a simple example.

Notes:

  1. Sortable Date is the Current Date > YYYY-MM-DD option in the Placeholders.
  2. You should be specific in the group you target.
  3. If you target a group with subgroups, the subgroups will also be processed. this may or may not be desirable.

Thanks Jim :wink: