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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 rei
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Simplest Obsidian Workflow in 1 Minute

* When we first open Obsidian, we're overwhelmed with what to do. * How should I take notes? * How do I organize notes? * How do i make a beautiful graph of connections? * This video is the simplest way to get started with Obsidian in 1 minute Steps: 1. Use daily notes. In these daily notes, you will write everything that happens for that day. Whether you're in a meeting, in a class or taking quick notes. 1. Use Headings to help organize the daily note 1. Use Tags to help categorize thes
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End to end encryption in Fleeting Notes

Privacy and security are a big concern for many users. Especially with something as personal as note-taking this is doubly important. In a survey within my discord channel, for every person that wanted markdown support in Fleeting Notes, 7 people wanted end-to-end encryption. With such high demand for E2EE, I had no choice but to work hard to add this crucial feature into the application. end-to-end encryption discord poll Enabling E2EE in Fleeting Notes 1. Navigate to the settings in the Fle
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How to process Fleeting Notes in Obsidian

For many, an important part of taking quick notes is to be able to process those quick notes in the future. As of v0.2.2 of the "Fleeting Notes Sync" obsidian plugin, I've added a simple command to "Insert all unprocessed notes". This commands inserts a checklist of unprocessed notes as references. Once an item is checked, the note will be processed. Then, future command runs will produce a checklist without the processed note. Here is a video of me processing Fleeting Notes: https://www.yout
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Imagine Google Keep with Bi-directional Sync to Obsidian

Taking quick notes Obsidian isn't great for quick notes. There's additional friction in taking quick notes especially on the mobile app. But, the plugin architecture and backlink support make Obsidian a powerful note-taking tool that's customizable to one's needs. On the other hand, Google Keep is a great note-taking application for jotting quick notes. However, it lacks backlink support and is not nearly as customizable as Obsidian. Each serve it's own purpose, but there's a great opportunit
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Sharing Connected Notes - Fleeting Notes x Obsidian

Connected notes are powerful. They allow you to expand upon different ideas within its own context and make it easy reuse notes. There exists Obsidian publish but this service is gated by a paywall and is geared towards content creators. Sometimes we want to share a note (+ all the links within the note) without the hassle of setting up a website or paying a monthly fee. Some example use cases include: * explaining a concept to a friend * sharing notes for a particular class * showcasing the c
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