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How to take Fleeting 'programming' Notes in Obsidian

While programming, I often spend a lot of time searching for things that I already know. Which is why taking programming notes can be so useful. It creates a personalized "cache" of notes. But how do I create meaningful programming notes that I can always go back to? Well stay here to find out! To create programming notes, I always start off with a title. I typically start with "how to" and end with "in {insert relevant language / framework}". This title succinctly explains the solution to the
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3 Ways to Process Fleeting Notes within Obsidian

A big pain point with taking Fleeting Notes is the ability to integrate these raw unprocessed notes into your Obsidian vault. I know people have different requirements so I will be walking through three different workflows for processing Fleeting Notes. That being said, if you have another workflow or like a particular workflow, I'd love to hear more about it in the comment section! 1. Don't Process Them! (My Recommendation) My number one recommendation is to NOT process Fleeting Notes within
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The Best Browser Extension for Obsidian

A big pain point some people have with Obsidian is the difficulty in capturing content from the web directly into Obsidian. Although there are solutions like Raindrop, Hypothesis, or any note-taking browser extension, it's often tiresome to integrate these web clippings or highlights directly into your vault. To top it off, these browser extensions don't support one of Obsidian's key feature: building connections between notes Fleeting Notes was built ground up with Obsidian in mind. The app s
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An Update to the Best Browser Extension for Obsidian

I've done a speal on webclipping in the past, but some feedback has made me realize that simply copying the URL is not webclipping. For Fleeting Notes to truly become a web clipper, it needed a way to capture raw content from the web. Which is why I've added highlights into Fleeting Notes. With this feature, you can now easily capture highlights and the source URL directly into Fleeting Notes. Additionally, I've gotten many requests from people to add a way to keep Fleeting Notes opened persist
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Quick Notes that Automatically Sync with Obsidian

I've said it before, but taking quick notes is a hassle in Obsidian. Fleeting Notes is one of the first apps to tackle this problem and it's made it easy to take fast and connected short-form notes. Combined with an Obsidian plugin, it quickly has become the go to tool to take quick notes and have them synced with Obsidian. But it doesn't end there. Previously, before v0.3.2 of the plugin, sync only occurred after running the "sync command" or by enabling the "sync on startup". In other words,
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Transfer Quick Notes to Obsidian on your Phone! (1 Minute)

Are you tired of waiting for Obsidian to load? Well wait no longer! Because Fleeting Notes provides a quick and easy way to take quick notes and have them automatically synced to Obsidian. Combined with a multitude of features you know and love from Obsidian, Fleeting Notes will fit perfectly into your workflow. To list a few: * Blazing-fast launch speeds to take note of your fleeting ideas * Autocomplete wikilinks to help build your network of ideas * A link-first UI to make link traversal si
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