I’m using Obsidian for some days now and I’m quite impressed. I hope my question wasn’t answered here already. I couldn’t find an answer neither in this forum nor using google.
I’m writing a playbook for handling re-occuring sets of tasks. In Obsidian I would like to use one file per playbook. An example for a playbook could look like this:
# Planning a party ## Part 1 - Location - [x ] Check budget - [ x] Align with X - [ ] Book location ## Part 2 - Invites - [x] Design invitations - [ ] Make a list of guests ...
At the top of the playbook I would like to have a table which gives me a summary of the actual status and looks like this:
Heading | items completed | overall items Part 1 - Location | 2 | 3 Part 2 - Invites | 1 | 2
I would prefere to use a dataview due to the fact that I have already created some queries with it. Unluckily I’m a JS noob, so all I get is a list of tasks as table, using the following dataview
TABLE WITHOUT ID regexreplace(Tasks.text, "\[.*$", "") AS Task, choice(Tasks.completed, "completed", "incompleted") AS Status WHERE file.tasks AND file.name = this.file.name FLATTEN file.tasks AS Tasks
Any help would be really appreciated.