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 It works also with other actions like Copy, Compress, Extract and in general with all the actions that have a path as destination. It works also with other actions like Copy, Compress, Extract and in general with all the actions that have a path as destination.
  
-You only need to create an association that uses ''​%SubDir%''​ and/or ''​%DroppedDirName%''​ in destinationThe following examples describe how to do it.+You only need to use ''​%SubDir%''​ and/or ''​%DroppedDirName%'' ​abbreviations ​in your destinationsFor example, ​to move the files as described above, you will use these respective destination folders:​\\ 
 +''​C:​\Destination\%SubDir%''​\\ 
 +''​C:​\Destination\%DroppedDirName%\%SubDir%''​
  
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-===== Example ​=====+===== Example =====
  
 Let's consider that I have a main ''​Media''​ folder that contains subfolders of music, movies and other stuff. I'm not very neat, so there are some subfolders that contain ''​mp3'',​ ''​txt'',​ ''​doc'',​ ''​avi''​ __together__. Let's consider that I have a main ''​Media''​ folder that contains subfolders of music, movies and other stuff. I'm not very neat, so there are some subfolders that contain ''​mp3'',​ ''​txt'',​ ''​doc'',​ ''​avi''​ __together__.
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