There are times I want to create a public link to one of my notes, without having an entire “digital garden”.
See it in action here using my current theme of Primary.
Uploads using your live theme, along with all your options and custom CSS.
Local and remote image support.
Supports anything that Obsidian Reading mode does, like rendered Dataview queries or any plugins that show content inside the normal Reading view.
Supports callouts with full styling.
Filenames are anonymised through hashing so people can’t discover your other shared notes.
If your shared note links to another note which is also shared, that link will also function on the shared webpage.
Frontmatter is stripped on upload to avoid leaking unwanted data.
There are two ways to use Obsidian Share. You can either run it on your own private server, or you can use my free public service.
If you want to run it on your own server, see the guide here.
If you just want to start using it without any setup, follow the Installation with Templater section in this setup guide.