The Archive has been using a similar linked text system for years. In the last several months, I have been experimenting a lot with Roam Research and Obsidian. Enjoy GIMP, GNU Octave, Spotify, Steam and many more!
With both Roam and Obisian, any phrase (or word) in your database can become a separate page by merely putting two brackets around it.
Someone know why? The Coming Research App Revolution. That newly minted page will include links to every other page in your database that consists of that phrase. This seems relevant to people who want a new way to do their note organization in a mind-mapping way.
It’s really useful for management.
There is a lot to like about these apps and their crazy-powerful internal links.
I'm also trying this out, and I'll try to post my personal thoughts later. It's made by the same people behind Dynalist, which is similar to Workflowy.
They have a public roadmap you can follow.
Now that we have html
There is a lot to like about these apps and their crazy-powerful internal links. Was so happy to see that feature, my first thought was notion but you’re right it doesn’t work. A fully spec‐compliant dark theme developed for the knowledge management app Obsidian.md, the … Optional: The app should easily facilitate movement of data, example: copy/paste markdown. Find and install hundreds of apps and games for Linux.
Not only can you cross-link, but you can also even embed that paragraph 37 in your subject A text in a way that lets your reference or modify it right in the middle of your word pile on subject A. You can easily navigate these or begin a new one from any other note by using double square brackets to create an internal link like in many knowledge management note-taking apps like Roam Research or Obsidian.md. One of the best parts of being enthusiastic about technology is when I witness something fundamentally change. I’m curious what is the best app(s) (or type of app) to pair with Obsidian.
Publish - Powered by Obsidian Publish. I think Eli previously asked for some mind-mapping software. Airtable works in table view; Airtable will generate at the completed embed code: You can embed an Airtable base (or just a view from a base) into any web page that supports iframes. Anyone else getting this - though I only tried private boards….
The .desktop file provided by this PKGBUILD needs a "%u" at the end of the Exec line to work properly with Obsidian URLs. Not ideal, but it’s easy to get a quick reference calendar, at least.
It's made by the same people behind Dynalist, which is similar to Workflowy. Throwing all of my ideas in one big bowl and letting them mix around pays immense dividends. Post screenshots! Some initial thoughts: So I would love to hear what users are doing right now.
Markdown format converter. private boards cannot be embedded. In the case of Roam Research, this isn’t just true for note titles, but instead every word in your database. Trello! Sad.
I tried a public board and it worked for me. Now that we have html
The app should support being iframe’d and be useful in an Obsidian pane. Try embedding a base in a public-facing website, or as part of an enterprise wiki (like Confluen... Are you able to embed Trello boards, I see that trello adds header to forbid iframe embeds?
Otherwise it opens a new vault window every time an Obsidian URL is used. Not only do I expect these apps to push further ahead with these tools, but I also anticipate other apps to develop in the same direction.
I know other people on here have been on a big Roam kick, and I think Obsidian allows importing for Roam tags (or something, I haven't used Roam before.)
This, however, is not going unnoticed by the rest of the development community. I am using it now daily for legal research and Field Guide development.
I’ve never embedded an iframe - would you mind explaining how to embed the Todoist “today” tasks?
obsidian.md. I don’t know about Todoist specifically, but for most apps, you can try by copying the web url into an iframe element.
This would be amazing for my workflow! With both Roam and Obsidian, cross-linking is ridiculously easy.
I think Eli previously asked for some mind-mapping software.
That setting is per-calendar, not all calendars in your Gmail account, and you can show only the times, instead of all details. A year from now, we are going to have some fantastic options.
In your Obsidian note, you would have:
This influx of cross-linking, dynamic referencing, and the linkable chaos that these apps create feel, to me, like something entirely new, and that bell is not going to get unrung. It does not go as deep as Roam Research, but it is a start.
Bear recently added a new feature that lets you cross-link not only titles but also note subheadings.
I just found that it’s impossible to embed a trello board or card using iframe if the borad is private.
With both Roam and Obsidian, cross-linking is ridiculously easy. Some initial thoughts: The app should fill in Obsidian feature gaps: project/task management, outliner, etc.
I just saw this app today. Developed as part of the Dracula open source team. Obsidian.md, Offical Dracula Theme. Moreover, my beloved Drafts, which also supports cross-linking note titles, have an ecosystem of mobile apps, and there’s already an entire Drafts action library that lets you cross and backlink to Drafts notes.
I’m replacing all my thing in notion to coda Wich support iframe. CODA support iframe but when I pasted their iframe code I only get a blank screen.
So you can be writing away about subject A, but then easily cross-link to the 37th paragraph of something else you wrote about subject B.
I know other people on here have been on a big Roam kick, and I think Obsidian allows importing for Roam tags (or something, I haven't used Roam before.).