Hopefully you made it through that wordy, vague prelude because I’m thinking my question will be much more straightforward.
I apologize in advance, I took a hiatus from using PKMS after drying about just about everyone I could get my hands on so I apologize if I am confusing Systems of linking from an entirely different application.
I THOUGHT that when I first learned how to use obsidian, I was taught two different ways of making links.
I thought that one of these ways involved information being mirrored either from another page onto the current or vice a versa.
I thought it another way I had initially learned involves using both the brackets and parentheses like the way wikilinks looks. In this method I thought that I remembered being able to add text on to I page other than the one you were on and add text to newly created page if it didn’t already exist.
For example…. Say I am writing about students at school and I am detailing events that occurred at lunchtime between 5 students. I thought I remembered being able to take each of the five kids names and link them back to their school teacher’s respective pages so that overtime, after detailing a number of events, each of the teachers pages would slowly fill with more and more names.
Is there a mirroring capability?
Is there a way to write text on a different page than the one you are on via links?
Is it possible that I am simply remembering having the “backlinks” permanently showing?
Thank you very much to ever tackles this simple albeit muddy question.