Drafts 24.1 (Mac) Release Notes
If you have modified the default global hot keys in Preferences, you will need to reset those changes after updating. A change in components used for managing the shortcuts required resetting to defaults
Widgets do not seem to be without a few issues on Big Sur 11.0.1. They work for most people, but get a little wonky. If you do not see the widgets available after updating, try to reboot.
Added support for macOS 11 (Big Sur) Notification Center Widgets. Drafts ships with three types of widget, each available in multiple sizes:
Grid Widget: Widgets that can appear in any widget size, with configurable elements that link to workspaces (including default, with inbox counts), pre-defined commands (new, dictate, search, etc.), or any action from your action list. Note that not all actions make a lot of sense for use in widgets, because they are running on no text - but it can be useful if you have actions that do things like create a new draft based on a template, or configure the Drafts environment a certain way.
List Widget: Displays the top drafts from the configurable workspace (include default “inbox” workspace). This widget can also be configured to display inbox, flagged, or archive view of the workspace.
Draft Widget: Widget type to display the content of a specific draft. After adding the widget, edit options to select draft and display options. Tapping the widget opens the selected draft. Useful for keeping a scratchpad draft, or similar.
For additional details: Widgets article
Other Updates and Changes
Change: Re-implemented global keyboard shortcuts using a different library with better accessibility support. If you have changed the default global keyboard shortcuts in Preferences, you will have to reset those changes.
Fix: HTML Previews could incorrectly display multi-byte characters if using the new local assets options introduced in version 24.
Change: Ability to based app icon badge on flagged instead of inbox folder of the selected workspace.