Folder Graph View

Hi there, I’ve been trying out Obsidian for the past week, and I’d like to suggest the idea of a toggle-able view between the already existing Graph View and a Folder Graph View.

To show a simple example, here’s a second brain folder I started this week viewed through Gource, which shows git commits through an animation. This view shows each folder as a line, and shows the files located in that folder as a dot:


You should post this in plugins or feature request

@lizardmenfromspace Done, honestly thought I had, thanks for pointing that out :slight_smile:

Thanks! Since this one already had some momentum in the form of :purple_heart:’s I moved it to #feature-requests and deleted the new one.

@ryanjamurphy Thank you :slight_smile:

I think this would be really useful for those of us who use folders to organize our markdown notes.


Totally agree with you there, it is the missing feature for me and sometimes I like to know files by association in folder structure / context without having to create links or tags in the markdown itself.

How about this request?

this would be really cool, espcially together with the foldernotes request.

Hi! I had the same problem, therefore I developed a kind-a-workaround solution: All of my folders and subfolders has an index file, which just contains links to the notes of the given folder. And I developed a tiny program that works as a daemon and keeps these index files updated if I create a new file, delete one, or move a file to another folder.
I plan to reimplement it as an Obsidian plugin, but until that time, feel free the give it a try, here it is:

I second this and would like to see this as an option under the graph setting. Something like “Display Folder/child links” option.

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