I thought the Zettelkasten prefixer added the timestamp to the filename, but that’s not what is happening on my instance so I’m not sure what that prefixer does.
I would like the ability that when I create a new file, instead of having Untitled as the file name and having to manually go in and find today’s date/time and type that out. (Tedium) I can set a prefix to the file name and that I can customize it according to my own system.
I saw that in the Zettlekasten setting this looks something like YYYYMMDDHHSS but I already have my own Zettlekasten going on and I base it off of Karl Voit’s papers and formatting which is more in line with existing ISO standards. YYYY-MM-DDTHH:SS, but that is modified a bit since most filesystems don’t accept colons in the file name to: YYYY-MM-DDTHH.SS
To break it down into steps:
#. Open Obsiden
#. Click New Note
#. Instead of seeing Untitled For document name I should see 2020.07.15T09.38.00.md as the name