I know that the draft folder is meant to be special, but hear me out.
I do all of my planning in Scrivener. I’ll have a folder containing Plot, Character, Setting, and other individual text items. This works exceedingly well inside of Scrivener, since all of the contents of my planning are displayed in a single scrolling page when I select the parent group. However, if I want to share my planning, or even view it outside of Scrivener, I either need to export each individual file and zip the whole folder, or drag my planning into my Draft, then deselect my actual draft and compile my planning into a single document. This isn’t difficult, but it’s a weird bit of unnecessary tedium.
What I’m suggesting is either an option in the Export dialogue that compiles all selected documents based on the binder hierarchy (basically making it a bare-bones compile), or an option in the Compile dialogue to select non-draft items.