I don’t want to link TO “test 1” in the example above. I want to link FROM “test 1.” And in the backlinks panel of the target document, I want the source document to be identified with the full pathname, not just the document name.
The reason is I want to use duplicate document names in different folders. So if I see a source document in backlinks with a given name, I want to know which folder that link came from.
Let’s forget about “test 1” as a document name. Let’s use a more realistic example.
Let’s say I’m writing articles about “Star Trek,” “Star Wars,” and “Lord of the Rings.”
I create folders with those names.
Each of those folders will have a document named “_index,” containing an index of all the documents in the folder.
When I work on a project, I update the status in the appropriate “_index” document, and link back to that day’s daily note.
When I open the daily note, I will see a listing in backlinks from a document called “_index”. But which “_index” document is it? The one in the “Star Wars” folder, or “Star Trek,” or “Lord of the Rings”?
I want the backlinks panel to show the full folder path so I can see that information.
Is that possible?
And, yes, I can use different document names in each folder—it’s what I do now—but I don’t want to do that for reasons I guess I can go into but this comment has gone long enough.