Maybe you are familiar with the Word-Zotero-Plugin. For the insertion of a citation, you have to do only two steps:
- Click on the button “Add citation.”
- A Zotero frame opens, and you can enter the author, title etc.
- You press enter, and the citation is placed.
Do you have any ideas on how to create this type of workflow into Obsidian, mainly because of the quickness?
I appreciate any help you can provide.
The Citations plugin is the closest to the Zotero-to-Word plugin. Check it out
Not completely correct - the closest is actually mgmeyers zotero integration plugin as it follows exactly the same procedure: it uses zotero’s native insertion dialogue which gives you more control over the inserted citation (you can add pages and amendments, for example).
The above-mentioned citations plugin as well as the bibnotes plugin (which, however, is still not registered as a community plugin and has to be installed via BRAT) can both do simple citekey insertions but are rather meant for creating literature notes.
In addition, there is a new zotero plugin for obsidian which more deeply integrates both apps (obsidian and zotero) and seems to be a community project (but is still in early beta).
A quick search for “zotero”, however, would also have answered your question…
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