I dont know much about scripting actions, but I revamped an existing export to Dropbox action such that I can send a draft to a particular folder in Dropbox. The thing is that is was sending a text file, but I needed it to be markup, as the file’s ultimate destination is Obsidian. I didn’t see anywhere where I can specify an “export as” so I just changed the extension to .md instead of .txt. Seems to work actually in my test, but since I dont know what I’m doing, I didn’t know if there’s some issue w/ this method. I don’t think just changing the extension of text files makes them markup, but maybe this signals to drafts to convert it, or if it’s natively in markup, not to convert it? How does this work? Are Drafts natively markup or text?
addendum: I just did a little test using some markup in my Drafts note: seems the basic stuff like ### Title and #hashtags work, but when I used [[page]], it was italicized in Drafts, though normal in Obsidian…not a big deal, but just trying to understand if I’m doing everything right.