What I’m trying to do
I know I can have clickable Obsidian urls in some apps, e.g. Things, etc.
I can also paste Obsidian urls in Safari or Chrome, hit return, and go to the linked note.
But is there a way to get/trick Safari or Chrome to recognize these as clickable links in a Gmail email?
Say I want to add a note to an email with a link to a note in Obsidian.
I’d reply to the email with myself as the recipient.
I’d paste the Obsidian link like this: obsidian://open?vault=obsidian&file=food%20stuff
If that was a web url, I could click on the link when I’m reading the email to open the appropriate page.
But Gmail? Chrome? Safari? doesn’t recognize the Obsidian link as a clickable link.
So I have to copy the Obsidian link, open a new tab, paste it in the url bar, and hit return.
Does that make sense? I would love to be able to just click on the link to take me to the Obsidian note.
A. This is clickable when viewing this mail in a browser: https://thesweetsetup.com/
B. This doesn’t seem to be clickable in any browser: obsidian://open?vault=obsidian&file=food%20stuff
Any idea if this can be done?