Yes, I use Drafts for all my notes. And I came from Bear. Drafts tags let me see my notes in different ways than the tags as folders approach in Bear. Also, tags are always at top in Drafts. I found changing tags in Bear tedious sometimes.
In general, I tag notes with what they are (project, ref, list, journal) and their Area of Responsibility (me, my husband, my son, biz, finance, family) or subject (tech, medical, hobby, etc.) So I can see everything by what it’s about or what type of item it is.
For example, if I’m trying to remember something that is medical and relates to my son, I can see all things with those tags. Too many notes? I add reference or journal tag to my sort depending on if I was journaling about an appointment or looking for some fact I saved.
My project workspaces use the project tag and the Area. I flag current or most important so they are at top. When a project is done, I change the project tag to done and it disappears. But I can see everything done in just a few clicks. I also use SMB for projects I might do.
I use one of the Add to Lists Actions from the directory to keep idea lists, gift lists, etc.
I have a few extra tags - Read to track books read, Watch for movies, TIL for interesting facts, Quote for, uh, quotes, and Recipe for…
For journaling, I have some like fun, funny, pleasant, unpleasant. So a fun day out with my son would have journal, son, and fun tags.
I save links, thoughts dictated to my Watch, etc, to my inbox all day and process most evenings. I love the rearrange feature, the navigate to headings and recent drafts, and some actions that process lists and link drafts.
Occasionally, I miss images and being able to save a whole web page. I couldn’t stand the new Bear web clipper. Overall Drafts is just so much more flexible with more features.