Ah I should probably check for illegal characters. Thanks for the tip!
What? The folder needs to be created. You are not going to remove the ability to use things like [[2020/05/25]], are you?
Hmm interesting, never thought about it that way. I thought it was unintentional.
In that case I’ll move this to feature requests!
So the use case is that I am trying to have my todo manager inside obsidian itself. I write things in the daily notes and use backlinks to track todos of the day.
Now I look ahead a few days as there isn’t a calendar view currently. I am putting them in folder structure so that I can easily see next few days. I guess that should also help with performance when folders are collapsed. I have a journal going back 2010 spread across various apps which I am going to slowly move over. If I have it in flat structure then I guess at some point things will be a real hassle to move around as the file explorer would be completely useless.
Got it, thanks for sharing! Regarding performance with file explorer, we have plans to optimize that at some point!
Hi, I was trying to add “sem” word to add week number:
Tu 9/Jun 2020 (sem 24)
but the format
dd D/MM (\s\e\m w) seems to break the plugin in the way described before.