I believe that the answer to my question is 'no' but am hoping that I missed something in my Googling and trawling of StackExchange... I have a simple Graphical Model built in QGIS (2.12) that asks the user to specify a 'Site' string input which will be used to find a matching feature in a shapefile (e.g. 'Dartmoor' or 'Sussex'). A number of operations are then performed to create a buffer around urbanised areas falling inside the site, and the result is then added as a new layer to QGIS.
What I am trying to figure out is if there is any way to have the name of the new layer added to QGIS be 'informed' by the Site specified by the user. Right now, everything gets added with the same name (e.g. 'Urban Buffer') but it would be mighty handy if the output were automatically renamed to 'Dartmoor Urban Buffer' or 'Sussex Urban Buffer' by the model since that would prevent confusion if the user wants to create multiple buffers one after another.
Is there any way to parameterise the at the end of the model so that it uses the Input string as part of its name?
I've attached a screen grab just to show where the string is coming from (how it's named) and what the last dialogue box is offering. There's no point including the details of the rest of the model since it's only the first input and last output that I'm trying to 'connect' in some way by sprinkling some syntactic sugar in the Buffer spec.