I’m using Obsidian to manage my notes and add new items to the top a task file after which I move them to e.g. “Next” or “Someday”.
It would be great to have a plugin that could generically move a line, block or selection to a specific block (in the current file or another file). Possibly it could use the same model that opens when you’re referencing a block.
Does something like this already exist?
Didn’t see this before making the below posts:
I made a feature request but I’m thinking it might be better as a plugin. It would be great to be able to search for a keyword or link, right click or select multiple search results, and copy/cut the blocks in which the searched keyword appears into the active note.
User opens Note 1
User views backlinks to note in backlinks pane or searches for a keyword using the search tool
Search/backlinks results are returned
User right clicks the desired result(s) and selects (a) “Copy blo…
Use case or problem
Embedding files and blocks is great, but sometimes it's preferable to move the content from one note to another rather than embedding it. This is already possible to do with Note Composer and Note Refactor. However, it is a bit more of a manual job.
It would be *very slick* if we could right click, or select multiple results from the search pane when conducting a block or line search. The selected blocks/lines could then be cut from their respective notes,…