I would like to be able to add a link to today’s note with the new URL scheme to a recurrent task in my todo app. While there are some workarounds for Mac using Alfred (e.g. Open Today's Note from anywhere on macOS with Keyboard Maestro or Alfred) and the like, other apps are more “static” and one would need to, e.g. in the todo app use case, modify the URI every day so the right note is opened.
I don’t have a preference on what the parameter could be named, but here are a couple of ideas:
The last one would be useful if eventually other dates can be opened through NLP.
An idea of how it would look like, following the current format: obsidian://open?vault=notes&daily-note=true
Here’s another alternative which uses a suggestion mentioned in discord for referencing the plugins in the URI: obsidian://daily-notes?action=open&date=today
Came here to request this. Hacky workarounds currently form a string in your today note format, launch Obsidian, and then trigger the Open URL scheme, which is pretty fragile and requires 3rd party scripting or tooling.
New in v0.4.0: It’s now possible to use the Obsidian URI to open daily notes using natural language by using the nldates action obsidian://nldates?day=<date here>. Don’t forget to encode space characters appropriately.