I really appreciate the flexibility that Obsidian offers to customise and advance the way that you setup a solid note-taking/learning workflow. However, I frequently find myself either wandering around to find solutions to new issues or adopting practices from others (forum, YT videos, blogs, etc) that I do not fully understand how they work. Most of them are usually highly technical that at the end I am not sure how far they actually improved knowledge acquisition and productivity.
So this can easily end up into a complex process involving searches in various sources (i.e. forum, discord, GitHub, reddit, Stack Exchange, etc.), dives into new rabbit holes, confusion by long documentation files, and in some cases be frustrated and resorting to taking notes in simpler apps.
- Maybe having some suggested bundles of community plug-ins that are relevant for different categories of tasks?
- Introduce a classification system (i.e. tags) in community plug-ins?
- Brief tutorials or best-practices that would be oriented according to the level of technical knowledge a user has?
- An inclusive Obsidian academy that will familiarise novice users with some pre-requisite skills (like YAML, regex, etc) and having a database with concise solutions to frequently-observed issues per level of understanding.