Compiling and Exporting Chapters for My iOS 12 Review with Drafts 5 – MacStories


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Compiling and Exporting Chapters for My iOS 12 Review with Drafts 5. Here’s how I organized, compiled, and backed up my iOS 12 review this summer using JavaScript and @draftsapp automation: https://t.co/mvA9uusRmU…. https://ift.tt/2QilhEF. via Instapaper. September 24, 2018 at 06:04PM
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Compiling and Exporting Chapters for My iOS 12 Review with Drafts 5 Editor’s Note Every year, we publish around 60 issues of MacStories Weekly and the Monthly Log for Club MacStories members. MacStories Weekly is packed with our…
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Back in June, I wrote on MacStories that I was evaluating whether Drafts 5 could replace Editorial for my Markdown automation and become the app I use to write my annual iOS review.
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