It may not duplicate in the correct location because
(a) the folder you’re targeting doesn’t exist (or no longer exists and has been deleted)
(b) you’re using the wrong folder ID
(c) the test data needs to be reloaded
If it’s neither of those help solve the problem, please share more details (potentially screenshots) and someone can hopefully troubleshoot further.
But this happened to me when I was using a folder ID that no longer existed, so it just duplicated in the same location.
Alternatively, use the “Read File” action, followed by the “Upload File” action to solve your problem. But again if it’s a/b/c above, you’ll still have the same issue saving it to the folder you want.
@Josiah_Roche Hmmmm…I’m sure someone more qualified could find the issue…in case it’s the piece itself.
However, how about you create a branch to check if the folder exists, before proceeding to the final step? I’m wondering if everything is triggering too fast before the folder’s created, or if the parent folder input is wrong (for whatever reason). This will be a good way to check if it’s the former or latter.