When I’m using my Obsidian notes to write something new I will look at the Graph View, mouse-over the node of the idea I want to start with, follow lines to other nodes, and think about how these related ideas could be strung together in prose until I reach an endpoint. This can be a bit disorienting and it’s easy to get lost on the graph.
It would be amazing if I could run a search of some kind that let me specify where I want to start on the graph and where I want to end on the graph. Then the result could show me the line of notes that take me from Point A to Point B. Like a Google Maps of my second brain. This would be an absolute game-changer. I could then include each note between Point A and Point B when I write.
My only workaround right now is not very clever. I just hover my mouse over each node in the Graph View and navigate around like a maze. I often have a vague idea of where I might end, but it’s often just exploratory.
Maybe this is a feature that already exists and I just know how to search the Graph View properly? If so, I’m happy to be educated.
Thanks for your consideration.