My Obsidian Setup, Part 4: Templates for Weekly Posts and Custom Mobile Toolbar

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My Obsidian Setup, Part 4: Templates for Weekly Posts and Custom Mobile Toolbar

In the last installment of My Obsidian Setup series from August, I described my Dashboard note that served as a centralized hub for saving ideas and quick links, navigating to different projects, and embedding Todoist tasks. That article predated the launch of Club MacStories+ and my annual iOS review; I was in the middle of finalizing both, so I was clearly prioritizing those massive, one-off projects over regular, day-to-day writing and note-taking tasks. Now that both have launched (successfully, thanks to all of you), I’ve adjusted to a “normal” usage of Obsidian again that doesn’t involve huge projects with a looming deadline that consume and take over my life.

In this week’s installment of the series, I’ll be taking a look at how I manage templates for MacStories Weekly posts in Obsidian and explain my approach to the mobile toolbar with pinned commands on iPhone and iPad. Let’s dive in.

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