As a hacky workaround it might be possible to write a shell script that searches for the path of yesterday’s note in the workspace file and replaces it with today’s, and set the script to run automatically on a schedule.
If that doesn’t break anything you’d prolly still need to reload Obsidian for it to take effect, and you’d have to find a way to run it automatically on mobile.
+1 (and a less hacky workaround for now might be to use one of the plugins that does macros, so you could have it invoke the workspace and then invoke the daily note? haven’t set this up myself, don’t know how you’d ensure the right pane was in focus, but might be possible?
This would be useful customizable feature to Workspaces (on or off) — however currently Workspaces doesn’t feature settings page at all. Any discussion about customization features to Workspaces should include other related discussions about Workspaces customization.
Here is the list of related customization ideas to Workspaces:
Should Workspaces save layout (yes/no), save open files (yes/no)
Should Workspaces save plugin settings (yes/no)
should Workspaces save appearance settings like font used, zoom level
should Workspaces save folders closed/open in file browser
this FR propose explicit way to inspect different Workspaces configurations
this nice FR propose Workspaces configuration so that notes in specific folders (or tagged with specific tags) are associated to specific workspaces. Shell commands plugin implements folder, tag and yaml‑based file view events and Advanced URI plugin implements a command to switch to a specific workspace