I notice that Keysmith hasn’t been mentioned in the community, so I wanted to give it a plug. Note: I’m not connected with the developer; I’m just a Drafts user who likes easy ways to make things easy.
Keysmith creates macros by recording what the user is doing, including clicks on web apps and Drafts actions if they are visible in the sidebar. The macros can be assigned hotkeys, or called up by URL (which I use through Alfred). Example use case: I made a macro that creates a new Draft note from the pasteboard, applies the Drafts action that sends it to my recipes folder and trashes the Drafts note, then closes Drafts.
Yes, there are other ways of doing this, but in my experience increases in sophistication are paid for in difficulty of use (looking at you, Keyboard Maestro). At the moment, my automation needs are pretty simple, and Keysmith expands what I can do with Drafts, outside of Drafts. The demo version allows creation of 5 macros, so I encourage people to check it out.