For this edition of Workflow Wednesday I am keeping things in Drafts 5. I have been going all-in with Drafts 5 and one thing I absolutely love is the ability to make Drafts whatever kind of app you want.
It can be a Task management app, like this workflow shows, or a writing app as I have been using it recently. The versatility and power this app can’t be overstated enough. It is crazy what people have come up with it.
Matt Birchler’s Drafts 5 List:
The task name must always be on the first line. Additional info needs to be prefixed by a set number of strings followed by a space:
- “at” or “@“ are for due dates (using Things’ smart time parsing, so “10am tomorrow” works)
“tag” or “tags” are for tags
“deadline” or “dead” are for deadlines
“list” is for projects/lists
“note” or “-“ (dash) will create a note
All lines that don’t match up with a prefix listed above will be assumed to be a note
He goes on to present this example:
Buy some milk at 8am tomorrow list grocery 2%
Creates a task to "Buy some milk" due tomorrow at 8AM on the Grocery list/project and a note to buy "2%" milk
You can download the Drafts Action, and if you want more check out Matt’s post or go look at the multitude of automation options for Drafts (an many more apps) over at Automation Orchard where I found this one.