In the Netherlands (and probably other parts in Europe), Kobo is one of the leading ereader manufacturers instead of Kindle. I enjoy reading books and using the highlight function on my Kobo, but there is no frictionless way of importing them into Obsidian. This is a major hurdle for me in using my Kobo again for books I know I want to take notes from.
The highlights are stored in an .sqlite file on the internal Kobo memory. I don’t have any python or coding-experience, but several websites/tools exist that are able to read this file and show the highlights, for instance;
More examples can be found on GitHub (Search · kobo highlights · GitHub)
I would really love to see a feature within Obsidian that would access, read the .sqlite file and import new highlights when a Kobo is connected in a note.
I currently use this tool:
I upload my SQLite file manually, look for any new notes and export them all to individual .md files. Then copy and paste this in new Obsidian notes.