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To create useful links, we need to connect, not groupThe focus for creating useful links is on making connections between notes and NOT making groups. Ideas need to be atomic and grouping things doesn't create atomic ideas. When we don't create links atomic links (e.g. [[school]]), there will be many connections with very little meaning, adding clutter.How to Build Connections in Obsidian (1 MINUTE)So you've built a fantastic note-taking workflow but now you have some questions about connections like: * Why do I want to connect notes? * When do I create links or notes? * How do I title notes? In the next minute, I'll answer all of these questions and provide a process for creating and connecting notes. This workflow is heavily inspired by the Zettelkasten method. Why do I want to connect notes? * It allows us to: * Reuse notes in different context * Resurface past content which reiHow to Create Useful Links with ZettelkastenThe linking feature of Zettelkasten is one of its most defining features, yet, it's the least understood. Linking ideas should be natural for us, but a lifetime of organization with the tree structure has made it difficult to adopt this new form of organization. To make links useful, we'll need to unlearn our old habits. This is an entire paradigm shift, so don't expect it to be easy. Don't group things, connect them The biggest mistake—and one I've made myself—is linking with categories. In o