I am a teacher who has come to love Drafts and Markdown this summer!
To avoid getting into an angry rant about my district’s technology choices and problems, suffice to say I would like to be able to type Markdown in Drafts and run an action on my Mac/iPad/iPhone and have that text get converted into HTML in a new draft (or even clipboard) which I can paste into district’s said technology.
I use the basic Markdown and the result of this action needs to be basic HTML.
If you’re really getting in to Markdown, consider getting a copy of Marked 2. It will create exports of any Markdown file, including those from Drafts, and will export customizable HTML as well as other formats like PDF. There are a number of free style sheets to customize your HTML, and you can define your own if, for example, you have to match a house style.
For the price of ~3 cups of coffee, I find it an indispensable part of my Markdown workflow. There is an action to preview a draft in Marked.