Well, first of all: Thanks for this wonderful app and the supportive community. Really impressive and a delight to know that such a ‘place’ exists in the internet. Here’s my question though:
After searching all the ressources available to me, I still don’t get it… how can I use aliases for tags?
A concrete example → I use #learning and I use the German equivalent #lernen. Now, how do I succeed with Obsidian presenting me the search results to both of them – every time I search for one of them? I really don’t get it. Aliases seem to work for pages/notes but not for tags.
As a social anthropologist, I would be extremely thankful if I could use the same functionality also for my tags:
- I often work with 3 to 4 languages simultaniously. It would be awesome to just use my primary language, to be able to relax and forget about all the other instances where I used the same tag in another language.
- Also, it would heavily declutter my UI (and allow me for a better organisation of my tags)
- And finally, it would just be super-yummy, if aliases to a certain tag would be proposed by the program everytime I, for instance, type in #learning.
Thanks! And kind regards,