Thanks. I didn’t think to use the built in. That will be easier to potentially set up an automated process with a macro for sure. I do know there is a plugin that does this and much more.
Now that I think of it, it could probably be possible to set up a macro to use the vim / key to search [ then enter then move right twice and press alt enter in order to open the next link in a note.
If not in vim mode, which, for me is 99% of the time, having a hotkey toggle would make it possible to have my macro explained above work while out of vim and returning you out of vim at end. I may feature request that, but am guessing this was done intentionally to avoid the supposedly historically common and stressful experience of getting in unintentionally. But that is just based on what I have heard in YouTube videos about other vim modes, but maybe it wouldn’t be such a bad idea in Obsidian. Who knows?
You probably already know all this, but I am just putting it out there just in case. Anyways, I’m not at a computer now, so don’t quote me on the vim search key, but I do know it worked when I tried it. I will check back and correct this if I was wrong. Thanks again.