easily track when files were created or modified?

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  • obsidian-linter

    An Obsidian plugin that formats and styles your notes with a focus on configurability and extensibility.

    You can use the frontmatter for this. I like the Linter plugin bc it can easily create and update that for you. As for linking to the calendar, there are a few ways to achieve that. You could probably use DataView with the frontmatter mentioned above, but I am not as familiar with that. I just the Calendar + Periodic Notes plugins to create daily notes using a template, which includes this:

  • obsidian-calendar-plugin

    Simple calendar widget for Obsidian.

    You can use the frontmatter for this. I like the Linter plugin bc it can easily create and update that for you. As for linking to the calendar, there are a few ways to achieve that. You could probably use DataView with the frontmatter mentioned above, but I am not as familiar with that. I just the Calendar + Periodic Notes plugins to create daily notes using a template, which includes this:

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • obsidian-periodic-notes

    Create/manage your daily, weekly, and monthly notes in Obsidian

    You can use the frontmatter for this. I like the Linter plugin bc it can easily create and update that for you. As for linking to the calendar, there are a few ways to achieve that. You could probably use DataView with the frontmatter mentioned above, but I am not as familiar with that. I just the Calendar + Periodic Notes plugins to create daily notes using a template, which includes this:

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