Apologies in advance if this question has already been answered. This may be a dumb question, and I have no idea if what I’m asking for is even possible to do.
For the work that I do, it would be beneficial to have a note with a search query that returns a list of materials that meet certain criteria, and then for each listed material the note would describe the topics it covers and my one or two sentence takeaway (with the topics and my comments delineated in the original note, perhaps, by a heading?).
So, for example, if I ran a query for materials containing the tag “lemming,” ideally the query would return a table listing all of my notes with that tag, with the following columns: Note Title, Topics, My Comments. (In case it matters, I am using the Advanced Tables plugin.)
Alternatively, is there any way to cause a query block to return more than just the name of the note?
Am I making any sense? Is this even possible? Can query blocks even go inside a table cell? If so, how would I set this up? Is there another way to accomplish this? How many questions can I ask in one paragraph?
I have a basic understanding of markdown and can run a basic query, but that’s it.