My hope is to have one note that could compile all blocks of future notes that I mark with some kind of tag. So if I have a note on “Marketing” with all my marketing notes, I would be able to designate a section. And then if I’m later taking notes on a book I’m reading in a note designated for that book, I could tag a block with ^marketingnotes or something, and then it would just automatically add that to the compilation of marketing notes in original “Marketing” notes.
What I’m trying to do is have a note with an embed function that will embed ANY blocks with a tag or ^ identifier or search query (I don’t care which feature it is) from any notes that I later tag. So for instance, imagine I imagine embedding something like this: ![[allnotes^somesubject]] and then anytime I take a bit of notes in another note, I just add ^somesubject to the end of it and it would just automatically add that to the list of blocks contained in that note.
The closest I can get is with an embed, but I am only able to do it if I have the note’s name. So If I make a new, future note with the ^tag it, I have to go back to the original note to add it.
I’m new to Obsidian and I love it so far, but I’m desperately searching for this type of feature in a note taking app and I can’t find it…
I have searched quite a bit in the other help questions and can’t quite find someone asking the same question
Thanks in advance for the help