If you’re a big user of the AirDrop feature on iOS and macOS, you probably know that when sending files from a mobile device to your Mac, the files are automatically saved to your computer’s Downloads folder. Whilst this is a logical place for them to go, it is non-configurable, and lumps them in with your Mail attachments and Safari downloads too.
If this approach is not granular enough for you, you may wish to designate a specific folder for AirDrop files to be saved to, just as you can for your Safari downloads. Although macOS does not allow you to do this out of the box, this guide will show you how to change the default location of files you send via AirDrop on a Mac.... Read the rest of this post here
"How to change the AirDrop destination folder on Mac" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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