Or: Obsidian already has a search feature. What if the results of a search could be rendered in a normal webview instead of the tiny sidebar? Then you could search for e.g. #project1 and get the same result
You can drag the edge of the sidebar to make it not tiny.
On Obsidian Mobile you can’t do that, but the sidebar has a “maximize” icon next to the tab name (where it say “Search” or “File Explorer” or whatever’s active there) that expands the sidebar to the whole screen.
I’m not a programmer so please correct me if I’m wrong but shouldn’t it be possible for Obsidian to use a “Daily Note” similar to Logseq/Remnote? Where you can scroll through the timeline of entries made? Logseq uses an offiline markdown vault as well so I don’t know where the limits of Obsidian would be?
Has someone found a reasonable way to recreate that infinite daily page scroll feel of Roam et al.?
Daily Notes Viewer embeds a list of daily pages, which technically gives you a continuous view of past daily pages. But since they are embeds, you can’t edit the notes, and they have that embed feel & look.
This is one of the views available in Tangent Notes. Entirely editable.
Given Obsidian’s foundation in local markdown files, it’s very easy to use more than one program with those files. I tend to work most with Tangent and Canvas. In the past I’ve had both Obsidian and Tangent (and others) open on the same directory and sometimes on the same file.
Tangent uses Obsidian syntax (just starting to diverge eg with highlighting and comments), so it’s easy just to use it as a different view on an Obsidian vault.
I tried Reflect and love an infinity scroll both into the past AND the future. LogSeq only makes it possible to scroll into the past, but I love to also note things down in the future for project planning, etc.