I tried YYYY-MM-DD [- Title ] but it doesn’t leave space for different strings each day.
I like to put a name next to the date of my daily note files. It gives context without having to open the note. Both from within the Obsidian and Windows file explorer. But it poses problems for plugins that read a specific date format like Calendar.
This is an example of my notes with date and title:
- 2021-12-07 - Updated Default System.
- 2021-12-08 - New Daily Routine
In this case, the Calendar plug-in doesn’t read this as a daily note and prompts to create a new note for these dates.
How can I recreate the above examples in a syntax valid date format that obsidian and other plugins can interpret? I’ve been suggested to use aliases, but unfortunately they don’t change file names like I’d like.
I’ve been trying to read the formatting reference as a guide, but It’s very confusing for me who’s new to all this and hasn’t been of much help. Apologies if the answer is obvious, still, would appreciate any solution to this.