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Getting Started with Obsidian Course

Getting Started with Obsidian

If you want to learn your way around Obsidian so that you can build a great note system then this course is for you. I’ll cover basic folder structure, when to use tags or links, and the plugins I think everyone needs to make their Obsidian experience excellent. Plus much more. If you want all my coursesbecome a member.

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  • Bullet Journal with Craft Daily Notes?

    I like this take on using daily notes in Craft as a Bullet Journal style system

  • Shanti Younger on Obsidian Kanban Boards

    I’ve been using Kanban boards to track the content here and keep track of my very basic home task needs. Cool to see the template that’s available for Kanban boards which I didn’t know about.

  • DailyTekk on Underated WWDC features

    On the macOS front low power mode looks good to me. I work out in a park once or twice a week in the summer and knowing I’ll get extra battery is good. Also, Shortcuts for macOS…amazing. Plus, focus mode for your devices…excellent. Going to build a “bike ride” mode so that I only hear […]

  • Chris Lawley on iPadOS 15

    Chris has a positive take on what’s happening with iPadOS 15. The feature I’m most excited about is the improved split screen functionality. I’m not sure what else I’ll use but once the public beta comes out I’ll install it and start testing.

  • Sara Dietschy with a WWDC Round Up

    I don’t watch WWDC because I have work to do and others will summarize the whole thing in half the time. Sara’s summary is a great 15 minute recap of what we got at WWDC.

  • Matt on Inoreader

    Matt shows off some power features of Inoreader. While it’s not tempting me to switch, I do see the need to have these features if you’re following high volume sites where you only like a few of the articles or authors.

  • Trello-Like Kanban in Obsidian from Effective Remote Work

    I’ve been using this Obsidian plugin, but didn’t realize you could tag things as well. Have to add that to my workflow.

  • Matt – iPad Parallelism?

    From Matt Birchler iOS 9 gave us multitasking on the iPad, and I really hope iPadOS 15 makes parallelism more powerful. At the very lest, I’d love it if I could simply start a video export in LumaFusion on my iPad Pro, throw the app in the background, and do other things while it works […]

  • The iPad babysitter – Jeff Perry

    From Jeff Perry If I upload something on my iPad it has to be open and turned on the entire time. If the screen falls asleep or I switch apps on the iPad I get to reupload that file all over again. Essentially, I feel like a babysitter for my computer at times, which isn’t […]

  • macOS Fully Baked vs iPadOS Half Baked

    From The Dent: Every time a new iPad comes out the first thing everyone says about it is ‘Just wait for the next OS update, the software will catch up with the hardware’. This year is no exception. It’s basically been said in every review or video I’ve seen of the product. The MacBook Air […]