@matpacker Having also seen your comment about using the Evernote Web Clipper, to my knowledge Ulysses doesn't include such functionality. I know what you mean though and I generally use the screenshot tools on iOS and macOS, mark up as necessary and then hit the 'share’ button to send it straight to a sheet in Ulysses. I find that works quite well.
@matpacker Oh well that's good then! Ulysses has the typical tagging and organisational features, however it's the support for easy Web-publishing and the new in-app document split view on iPad that I really enjoy. Typewriter mode is also fantastic and I love to set it to highlight the specific paragraph that I'm working on.
@matpacker A second vote for Drafts. Ulysses is useful if you’re writing long-form, and you’re taking notes for a your current essay. Also note that Ulysses uses a proprietory Markdown. It’s good in that it doesn’t glock up your document with footnote or link text, but hides them like a word processor, but less good in that it doesn’t mix as well (especially for round trips) with MultiMarkdown apps. With Drafts, you can choose Github Markdown or MultiMarkdown.
@matpackerI I think if anyone will know, it’s Viticci at Macstories.net