James Coffey wrote:I set the Archive to my archive, Selected a folder I want to have files captured, and scheduled it when captured item changes.
That should do the trick. The event schedule will trigger when anything in that capture folder changes, which includes saving a new version of a document.
Do I understand how it works?
It appears you do.
For Application launches event, I selected the desired folder and application. I assume this will result in archiving any changed document for the specified folder when the application is opened.
That event will cause an action to run whenever an application is launched or quits. If you're interested in capturing documents, you would normally trigger the capture when the application quits, since it's assumed that all of your documents have been saved and are ready to capture.
This seems to work. Am I missing anything?
I will mention a caveat. The "capture when items change" event uses the macOS filesystem change event service to watch for any changes within any of the folders listed in the capture action. This requires installing one change monitor for each captured item.
But there are a limited number of monitors the system will allow an application to monitor at a time. No hard limit is specified in the documentation, but that limit is described simply as "a few."
I've have no problem monitoring five or six folders for changes at once. However, users have reported that trying to monitor dozens of different folders simultaneously does not work; macOS will simply ignore some of the requests. Just so you know.