Drafts is a phenomenal tool for capturing text and sending it efficiently to another app for further processing. But what about text that lives in another app? I’ll give one example, but the use cases are countless:
I rely on DEVONthink for organizing my digital life. It’s a great app, but their text editor is as basic as they come. The note interface has a “share” option, though, and since it’s just text, Drafts appears as a share extension. The modal interface allows you to “save” to Drafts and return to DEVONthink, or “open” in Drafts for further processing.
A third option, allowing me to send my edits back to the host app, would be a game changer.