Too lengthy to go into all aspects of it right now but to give one common case, for myself, is having a large document with several action items embedded in it (meeting notes for example). I can use another Drafts5 action that uses text=[[selection]] rather than text=[[body]] and only the selected text in the Draft Note will be used to create the new Agenda note. I can then use the back-link to return to the full original document should I required the context and other details when proceeding with executing the Agenda item.
Going through the document I can do this once for each item action in the original document. If some items for the meeting are due this week while others won’t even be started for, say, two weeks this will allow me to put them “on the Agenda” with separate and appropriate dates.
I am hoping that at some point a “on Agenda” parameter might be added to the URL scheme of Agenda which would make the current scheme even more useful.
When I have all the individual pieces thoroughly tested I will look to automating so perhaps I can run one action in Drafts that will loop through entire body and create individual Agenda notes for each line beginning with an ID number of the type I indicated in my earlier post. This may be beyond me but I hope to have a system that allows me to use the strengths of each application to have a system that exactly matches my work needs.