Use case or problem
I posted a comment on the below linked feature request, which I feel should be it’s own request as that request is somewhat old and this idea is different enough.
I’m proposing an alternative to nested vaults that should be much simpler to implement than the linked request and avoid adding too much cognitive load for new users.
It’d be nice if, in any workspace other than the default workspace, the graph and link auto-completion don’t show any notes that haven’t already been opened or created in the workspace.
I.e. if I switch to a new workspace, the graph would be empty, and typing brackets wouldn’t show any autocomplete results (other than the current note). The files would show up, however, in the file-open modal as usual, so you could search for any file in the vault
The file browser would have a toggle to only show files in the workspace, and when toggled off you could bulk add multiple files to the workspace without having to open all of them by right clicking and selecting the option in the context menu. Potentially, the search view and graph view could have the same toggle, so you can switch between the workspace and global graph/search without having to switch workspaces.