Since Drafts is evolving more and more into a ‘database application’ where you can store content and data for other Apps in combination with Shortcuts i run into the following limitation:
For ‘regular’ drafts that i use, read and edit myself i name the file by starting the document with a description.For example my list of groceries i start with “# shopping list”. My list with ideas for the weekend “# Weekend ideas”. And so on. Since Drafts List view always displays the first line(s) of a Drafts file this is how i name and identify Drafts. You get the point.
However, for the growing amount of Drafts item’s i use to feed other Apps (with Shortcuts) i usually can’t start the file with a (markdown) title describing the file contents. Because that would mess up the content format required for the specific App im trying to feed.
So now i have a workspace named ‘app database’ where i keep all my little Drafts that i use to feed other Apps with and it has become quite messy and not easy to identify which file contains what.
Would it be an idea to add a name or title to a draft that can be displayed (instead of the first line of the drafts file itself) when enabled in the Workspace settings.
Or is there maybe a workaround for this available im not aware of?