PTPL 025: Handwritten Text Recognition in Obsidian, and Welcome Changes to the Notenik App
Plus: Forgetting the shoulds when notemaking, nested Kanbans, and the Projects plugin
Welcome to the 25th in a series of posts documenting my plain text, paper-less, Obsidian-flavoured journey — exploring productivity through a future-proof, plain text mindset, with a soft spot for the paper that counts.
Today I’ll be talking about —
Productivity and strawberries: a gardening analogy for note making
Knowing what the shoulds are, but choosing to forthem when making notes
Handwritten text recognition in Obsidian (via Excalidraw, and also from Goodnotes and Notability)
Changes to the Notenik app making it easier to use with Obsidian
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