I’m not sure if its the done thing to post scripts but here goes. I have modified one of the stock scripts so that it adds a date time stamp as a prefix to the original file name and also swaps any space characters for dashes.
I rename files because in the past I have found that meta data such as creation date can get modified and space characters cause problems when files are placed on servers or even referred to in shell scripts.
-- Script that modifies the filenames of records managed by EagleFiler -- The files creation date is used to add a date prefix and all space characters are replaced with dashes -- V1 dated 19th November 2020 by Skids who borrowed other peoples code and made a few small changes -- Test before use and USE at OWN risk -- e.g. File : "My great File Name.pdf" is renamed "2020-11-19-115723-My-great-File-Name.pdf" tell application "EagleFiler" set _records to selected records of browser window 1 repeat with _record in _records set _dateString to my stringFromDate(_record's creation date) set tOriginalName to _record's basename set tCleanName to my ReplaceSpaces(tOriginalName) set _record's basename to _dateString & tCleanName end repeat end tell on stringFromDate(_date) -- yyyy-mm-dd-hhmmss- set _string to "" set _string to _string & my stringFromNumber(_date's year, 4) & "-" set _string to _string & my stringFromNumber(_date's month as integer, 2) & "-" set _string to _string & my stringFromNumber(_date's day, 2) & "-" set _string to _string & my stringFromNumber(_date's hours, 2) set _string to _string & my stringFromNumber(_date's minutes, 2) set _string to _string & my stringFromNumber(_date's seconds, 2) & "-" return _string end stringFromDate on stringFromNumber(_number, _digitsToPad) return text -_digitsToPad through -1 of ("0000" & _number) end stringFromNumber on ReplaceSpaces(inputString) -- store original applescript settings just in case set TID to AppleScript's text item delimiters set AppleScript's text item delimiters to " " -- space character set pieces to text items of inputString -- break string apart at space characters set AppleScript's text item delimiters to "-" -- spaces replaced with dash character set inputString to pieces as text -- put string back together using dash --reset original as settings set AppleScript's text item delimiters to TID return inputString end ReplaceSpaces