Use case or problem
In graph view, there is currently a filter which can be toggled to display “existing files only,” as opposed to all existing notes and links to non-existent notes. It is often the case that these non-existent notes only have one link pointing to them, and these I usually ignore. Sometimes, a non-existent file will acquire several links, at which point I will create the file, if I haven’t already, because it becomes apparent that the note is of some importance.
What I would like is to set a threshold so that if a non-existent file only has one link pointing to it, it is filtered out. On the other hand, if a non-existent file exceeds the threshold, for example 3, then the non-existent file will be displayed if there are three or more links pointing to it.
When the “existing files only” toggle is ON, add a threshold such that when a non-existent file has a number of links pointing to it exceeding the threshold, the non-existent file will be displayed.
Current workaround (optional)
There is no workaround for this. I must manually discriminate between non-existent files exceeding my personal threshold and not exceeding my personal threshold.