I use the following date format for daily notes: YYYY-MM-DD - dddd - DDDD where DDDD indicates day of year (DOY)
When I select “open daily note on startup” in the daily note preferences, the daily note is created or opened on both my macs just fine. If I do it on my iPhone it creates a new daily note with the incorrect DDDD (it adds one to the number) regardless if one exists or not. If one exists, the iPhone then finds it and opens it as a delayed reaction. I then have to go into my daily notes folder and delete the incorrect one.
It appears to me that there are bugs lurking in the date string processing, with iOS using a different algo than the mac?
My workaround is to turn the “open daily note on startup” preference off.
- Operating system: MacOS, iOS
- Obsidian version: MacOS v0.12.12, iOS v1.0.4