Laravel - File Storage - Specifying A File Name

If you do not want a filename to be automatically assigned to your stored file, you may use the storeAs method, which receives the path, the filename, and the (optional) disk as its arguments:

    
    $path = $request->file('avatar')->storeAs(
        'avatars', $request->user()->id
    );
	

You may also use the putFileAs method on the Storage facade, which will perform the same file storage operation as the example above:

    
    $path = Storage::putFileAs(
        'avatars', $request->file('avatar'), $request->user()->id
    );
	
Unprintable and invalid unicode characters will automatically be removed from file paths. Therefore, you may wish to sanitize your file paths before passing them to Laravel's file storage methods. File paths are normalized using the League\Flysystem\Util::normalizePath method.