Fellow Obsidian Users,
I’m reaching out to propose an idea that’s been brewing in my mind, one that I believe could enrich our collective experience with Obsidian. I’ve been contemplating the concept of a “Dynamic Knowledge Matrix” as a potential new feature. This idea is still very much in its infancy, and I’m eager to explore its possibilities with your input.
The core of this concept is to provide a flexible, spatial layout where notes can be organized not just linearly or hierarchically but along multiple, user-defined dimensions. These dimensions could reflect anything from thematic relevance, chronological order, to personal priority levels, or any other categorization that suits our diverse workflows and thought processes.
Here’s what I’m envisioning:
- Customizable Axes: Users could define what each dimension represents, tailoring the matrix to their unique needs.
- Intelligent Note Placement: Notes could automatically find their place in this matrix based on their tags, dates, or other metadata, making it easier to see the big picture at a glance.
- Interactive Exploration: This space would allow for direct interaction with notes, providing a quick overview or deep dive without leaving the matrix view.
- Flexible Integration: While I see this as potentially beneficial for those of us using zettelkasten methods, I believe it could be just as valuable for anyone looking to map out projects, ideas, or even personal life planning in a more visually interconnected way.
- Dynamic Organization: With tools to filter, sort, and rearrange, this matrix could become a living document of our knowledge and ideas, adaptable as our understanding or needs evolve.
I’m keen to hear your thoughts on this. How could such a feature support your use of Obsidian? What functionalities would you find most useful, and how do you envision this fitting into your current workflow?
Looking forward to a collaborative brainstorm and your valuable insights.