On the Drafts Directory:
At first run of either action, a credential identifier called “writeas” is created, which will prompt you for “Collection” and “Access Token.”
“Collection” is just the backend term for blog (correct me if I’m wrong there,) so you should enter the lowercase slug of your blog. (Ex:
write.as/bilge.) “Access Token” is referring to a WriteFreely/Writeas/Snapas API token. (See: the docs.)
Post to Writeas will publish the current draft contents as an anonymous/“unclaimed” post. These are accessed in the “Posts” menu at
/me/posts/. The URL of the result is then inserted at the cursor (in Drafts) as a markdown-formatted hyperlink.
Post to Writeas Blog will publish the current draft contents as a new post on the blog you specified at credential creation. The URL of the result is then inserted at the cursor (in Drafts) as a markdown-formatted hyperlink.
I intend to continue exploring the possibilities of this integration and perhaps eventually publish a dedicated “Action Group.” I’d especially love to hear from any Drafts users also using Writeas/WriteFreely.