Obsidian is an amazing and innovative way to take notes but there is undoubtedly something of a learning curve in order to adopt all the features that make it a really powerful knowledge network i.e. second brain. I know there is a help page, forum site, videos, etc, but it might help user adoption and reduce the learning curve if there was an (ideally interactive) beginner guided tour of some kind to help people learn how to effectively use the app to it’s full potential.
An interactive guided tour and/or quick start tutorial possibly involving a series of beginner/pro-tip pop-ups that direct your attention to features in the UI with text elaborating on how to use them. You could either have to click to close out the tip box, thus confirming that you had a chance to read it and see where the feature is and how to use it, or even have the option to test out the feature with a quick start interactive guide setting up notes and linking them etc. Maybe even a checkbox list of features to try out to incentivize users to explore the UI fully. These sort of interactive beginner user guided UIs are fairly common when you first start video games like Civilization and increasingly with software applications e.g. JetBrains IDEs.
An MVP could even just be little info/help icons next to the various features for you to click or hover over to see how to use various features. That or make an initial pop-up window when you open the app for the first time that give a brief overview of the key features and how to use them with links to learn further. Also, you could perhaps make the help pages be more accessible and obvious in the main UI with a larger icon that stands out in the bottom right corner perhaps that when clicked opens up a quick menu of controls, feature explainers, links, etc.
All of these beginner guided UI elements could/should have a check box that can hide them either individually or in mass by default for more experienced users (can turn on/off in settings).
Find the help page link in the bottom left corner or search online for videos, forums, etc.
I didn’t see any tbh but I’d happy to edit my post if I come across any or commenters share them with me.