I just watched @MacSparky’s Drafts video and also read @RosemaryOrchard’s writeup over on MacStories. Very useful. I had no idea that Drafts was that robust on the Mac side. I just recently downloaded it on the Mac when I upgraded to Mojave but I was under the assumption that all it was was a simple storage of notes that synced to my iPhone since the Mac version didn’t have actions.
As I’ve briefly thought about it, given the feature of Workspaces, I thought about starting to switch my Apple Notes to Drafts. (Don’t worry, this is not a question on what is the best note-taking app to use.)
I love how I can use the share sheet in Drafts on the Mac. However, one use I have for a notes application is saving a webpage to refer to later. In Drafts, I would love to click on that link and have it open up in Safari. The problem is that I see no option to do that. I don’t have Safari in the Share Sheet menu.
Is this functionality available somehow?