(btw, if it is already attached on the other page, can i simply copy the uploaded link, and that link will never change? or what happens if that other page gets deleted or moved etc in the future, will my copied link stop working? - i’ll attach a fresh copy here to play safe
I can preview attachments in Obsidian, but I find it so frustrating that I can’t tag them. The only option would be to put them in a note and then tag the note.
While browsing the web, I often save lots of screenshots—Tumblr reblog chains, twitter threads, reddit posts, etc. And Instead of just letting them gather dust in my folders, I’d like to be able to meaningfully connect them to notes or other attachments in Obsidian
I second this. My notes are image-rich and often the image is its own atomic note. Please provide a way to tag them and/or to access the file’s intrinsic metadata in a simple way. Thank you for considering!
It would be perfect when I could tag images directly.
Super perfect would be to have a direct preview of the image, when searching tags, e.g. I search for “#flower” and all results that are image/video only, would directly preview in the search results so I can find the best picture quickly
+100 on this from my side, too.
I am using Obsidian to organise my whole “archive”, including pdf scans of document, e.g. invoices, contracts, etc.
When adding a tax relevant invoice or contract for example I’d really like to tag this file with a “tax”-tag to easily find all tax relevant dox when needed.