It would be a nice user experience enhancement to have the cursor move outside the brackets when a new link is being added.
When linking to an existing note or block, if we press Enter, the cursor moves outside the brackets and we can continue at a fast writing pace.
It would be nice to have the same behaviour for new links. As far as I can see, there is no immediate way to do it, except Right Arrow, Right Arrow. Can we have Esc as a quicker way to move ahead?
On desktop keyboards Arrows are often “far away” from letters. One single Esc press would be quicker, easier and a better writer experience. But today, Esc keeps the cursor inside the brackets (maybe in case you want to add an Alias). If that is the case, you don’t need the Esc key. Just add the | after the link and continue writing.
We need Esc to move the cursor outside the newly created link.
Not a top priority feature but something that would make Obsidian more comfortable to write with, while encouraging the use of links… also, maybe very quick and easy to implement.