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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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  • What Makes A Good Zettelkasten Note

    I’ve done a bunch of videos on my Obsidian setup and even walked you through how I use Obsidian to track both book notes and random notes on other things I’m reading. Today we’re not going to talk so much about a piece of software as what type of data should be in your notes […]

  • Obsidian Files on Your iPad with 1Writer

    While I’ve been loving [Obsidian]( over the last few months as my main idea connection and research application, it does have one big shortcoming for those of us that are iPad first in our work. **There is no iPad/mobile application**. Yes one is coming, but it may be a while before we get it and […]

  • Use Obsidian to Take Notes on Books

    When I read something I want to make sure that I understand it. For a long time now I’ve been keeping physical notebooks to go with the non-fiction that I read. I think that the requirement to write down anything important in a book is a great filter because if it’s too much work to […]

  • Getting Started with Networked Thought in Obsidian

    Today we’re going to do a walk through with []( for those of you that are getting started with networked thought in Obsidian. ## Links – [Obsidian]( – [Obsidian Forums]( – [iA Writer]( – [1Writer]( – The Second Mountain: [Independent Bookstore]( | [Amazon]( – Stillness is the Key: [Independent Publisher]( | [Amazon]( – [Reeder Review]( […]

  • How I Organize the Notes on My Reading

    For most of the last 2 years I’ve taken any notes on my reading by hand. I figure that if a quote or thought isn’t worth the time it takes to write it down by hand then it’s not worth keeping track of. Far too many digital tools make capture so easy that we have […]