Regarding the title quote, is there a faster way to do this?

Is there a plugin that allows you to enter a note title, displays all the titles within the entire note, and then lets you select the title you want to reference?

Not sure if I understood well, but that is how it works already:

enter a note title

Type [[ and enter your note title. As you start typing, a list of possible matches appears, so rarely there will be a need to enter the entire note title.

displays all the titles within the entire note

After the note title, type #. Now, a list of all titles in the entire note appears. Again, you can type some matching letters and select the title you need.

and then lets you select the title you want to reference?

After the previous step, you already have a working reference to the title in the note.

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right,that automatically matches the title quote in the note,s, but I want to enter a t will automatically match the title reference in the nodon’t have tos, but I want to enter a phrase that will automatically match the title reference in the note, so I don’t need to select it.

hard to understand what you’re getting at…

what i do is use a lesser known plugin ‘various complements’: it has various complement areas that come in handy, mainly the vault complement, with various settings

i set it at 3 characters so if in the note i enter wor without [[, i get offered notes like working environment, word clusters etc. and by pressing enter on the item i want, i automacially get [[]] put in as well, whether it was an alias or a filename (note title)

for heading level automatic insertions (like [[working environment#lavatory]]), you can use various complements if you have set up a dictionary file manually with all headings in files
otherwise you need to use some other plugins, such as quick switcher++ but the core obsidian way i also recommend:

[[## and enter string to fuzzy match for header names or [[^^ and enter string to see if any blocks fuzzily found have been indexed by the program
read also documentation on the above:

thanks