I’m currently reorganizing and building out a structure for my notes in obsidian. I have watched and read content by Nick Milo and have been loosely following LYT and MOC. A question or concern I have is how to avoid over-structuring or just how y’all have been going about structuring in general.
On one hand I’d really Love if I could do something like:
Home>Interests MOC>Philosophy>Queer Theory>Gender Performativity
but that already seems like a lot of clicks. Have any of you found a way to allow for this structure while also providing quick access to notes? I feel that the link paths in and of themselves convey useful information that it would be good for me to remember. Do you, for example, set goals for getting to all of the lowest level notes in at most 3 clicks?
Another question I have is in naming something “MOC”. Are all parent notes that have child notes MOCs? When does a note become a MOC and vice versa? I generally dislike seeing MOC all over the place, but it also seems like a useful way to flag something visually.