I am new to Obsidian. I have read the docs, some GitHub discussions, some plugin docs (e.g. Templater), and asked ChatGPT for some clarification when needed. Yet I am struggling to set up my vault as I want it.
Here is what I am trying to accomplish.
I have a set of people
People, a set of datasets
Datasets, and a set of projects,
Projects, where each project has a weekly meeting under
Meetings, at least one dataset, at several people working on it. I think the way to setup my vault is as follows:
Vault/ - People/ - Collaborator_A.md - Collaborator_B.md - ... - Projects/ - Project_A/ - README.md - Meetings/ - weekly_meeting_1.md - weekly_meeting_2.md - ... - Project_B/ - README.md - Meetings/ - weekly_meeting_1.md - weekly_meeting_2.md - ... - ... - Scripts/ - ? - Templates/ - Meeting.md - README.md
What I would like to accomplish is the following:
cmd + Nto create a new file under a directory that I clicked on in the file navigator on the left. (It always makes new file under Vault’s root directory)
- Have a way to make a new project with ease (with the appropriate structure)
- Have a way of generating new meetings under the
- Have new meetings be updated under the corresponding README.md
- Have TODOS from meetings aggregate under the corresponding README.md
I’ve tried fiddling with the
Templates/Meetings.md file, but it isn’t working well. So I would like to ask the Obsidian community to see if anyone can produce a small git repo or example of how to configure Obsidian to work this way.