+1 in being very intrigued with Influx (and +100 in loving @EleanorKonik newsletter).
I actually broke down and installed the beta (always try to stay on the approved plugins). I never played much with logseq/roam, but the concept of links above all, based on the daily notes is very powerful.
I have started to use it and it is a game-changer for me. I can stay in the daily note and use bullet-list-hierarchy to get all information into another note. Where the Core Backlinks pane usually doesn’t contain so much context, this plugin makes it easy to see everything you wrote around a topic in another note. This might make me stop using too much time on organsing and instead let’s me focus on writing down pn the daily page with links. I’m in love.
I have only one idea for the plugin that vould be implementer. Filtering and search capabilities.
Looks intriguing, indeed, though out of honest curiosity I’m wondering how well this “put everything in bullet lists” will “scale” in Obsidian in practice. I mean, Logseq is a real outliner consequently supporting eg. code blocks or block quotes anywhere in the hierarchy. That does not seem to work very well in Obsidian bullet lists.
It’s an extended backlinks pane that works with outlines. If you include a link in a line of an outline, then you’ll be able to see all the components subordinate to that line from the target note.
I can see this being very useful–but as a complement to other forms of notes organization, not a replacement for those other forms.
I don’t do everything in outline format. I use paragraphs and headers.
Still: I’ll see how it fits in my workflow, and I’ll look forward to future development. Maybe the developer can be persuaded to do a version that recognizes headers and paragraphs? Maybe somebody else will do a similar plugin that does so? Maybe the built-in backlinks pane can be updated to expanded capabilities.