Write a text file to a given path. This action writes plain text to a file, but cannot be used to create file types that contain anything other than plain text, such as .docx. Without a beginning forward slash, the file will be created in the user’s home directory. When using a forward slash at the beginning of a path, the path must be absolute. For example:
- newTextFile.txt -> Create a file called “newTextFile.txt” in your home directory
- /pathToHomeDirectory/newTextFile.txt -> Create a new file called “newTextFile.txt” in your home directory, inputting the absolute path
- /differentPath/newTextFile.txt -> Create a new file somewhere other than your home directory, using an absolute path
- existingFolder/newTextFile.txt -> Create a new file inside of an existing folder inside of your home directory. When creating a new file in nested subfolders, these folders must already exist for the operation to complete successfully.
- Text Content (text) - The text content that you want to write to a file
- Destination File Path (text) - The path at which to create the new file, including the filename