I’d like to organize things that I learn everyday.
They are mostly concepts of melting, liquefaction, vaporization, etc.
They are concepts of learning that are not special.
1.If I want to organize these things, do I have to make fleeting memo each of them?
- zetellkasten said that fleeting memo develop to permanent memo. but just not special concept of fleeting memo can be develop to permanent memo?
I don’t know how to organize what I learned in the lecture every day.
Please help me.
No, you don’t have to make a fleeting note of anything, if you don’t want to or don’t think it’d help you
It sounds like you’re trying to use Obsidian to organize class/lecture notes. When I do things like that (I’m a teacher, but I go to lectures, conferences, etc.), I take handwritten notes in class, which are basically “fleeting notes.” When I get home or to the library, I process them.
So organization in the Zettelkasten method is a bit different. all the notes are going into the same folder so finding them again relies on how well you link them to each other.
this is the way i have it worked out in my vault.
parent links are notes that the current note either relies on, or a broader category that the current note is part of. child links are things that rely on the current note.
if you were to do it the way i do, it might look something like this:
you don’t have to do it this way. but this is how i incorporated my study notes into a zettelkasten workflow. one of the keys though, is that you’re writing the note in your own words.
I appreciate for your help^^
I knew how your way worked. I try to apply to my workflow. I appreciate for your help.^^