• QuickLink Opener

    Opening the same link(s) over and over again on different platforms can be annoying if you always have to type them or you need to rely on bookmarks or other apps.

    Bookmarks don’t work for me especially on iOS with the different Safari profiles that I use. These profiles are just not accessible enough on the iPhone.

    Of course I created a Drafts action to solve this problem for me. QuickLink Opener allows me to configure links that I often open in a simple configuration draft where I categorise them into different sections.

    When I want to open one of the configured links I just hit the action and select the category + url that I want to open. I immediately added the action to my Drafts widget in the Today View on iOS – to get really easy access to it.

Recent Posts

  • Joining the One a Month Club ☺️

    I added (or changed) membership tiers on my ko-fi and buymeacoffee to 1$ a month. I also changed the minimum amount to 1$ to join the oneamonth.club.

  • Raycast Extension for Drafts

    I updated my Raycast extension for Drafts with the new command Create Draft from Selection that will create a new draft from the currently selected text 🥳. It was a suggestion by a user of it, and I (finally) took some time to add it and really enjoy using it! Whenever you want to create…

  • Task Toggler Action

    Lately I’ve been creating a lot of checklists or just notes with tasks within Drafts. I used an action that allows to toggle the states of these tasks in the selected range (either the line where the cursor is located or multiple selected lines). This worked but was not fitting my use cases. I also…

  • Drafts AI Tools

    Drafts added scripting support for OpenAI’s ChatGPT already in version 39 together with a forum post which contains some example actions what you can do with it. I was very excited about that because there are many use cases for AI within Drafts. Summarization, creation of ideas, spell-checking, translation or simply answering questions – you…

  • Fantastic Event Parser

    I extended the awesome Fantastically Good Event Parser by @pdavisonreiber (original Drafts forum post and action) to allow the users more control over the actually created event. It uses the same parsing technique so full credits to @pdavisonreiber for that logic! I added a prompt for each event the action will create where you can…