PTPL 056: Getting Text into Obsidian with Shortcuts and Drafts
PLUS A fresh start for my upcycled Paper Saver notebook, and choosing an iPad app for an interactive planner
This week —
Mobile capture for Obsidian in Shortcuts, and Drafts
A fresh new set of upcycled pages in my Paper Saver notebook (photo)
Choosing an iPad app for interactive PDF planning
Welcome! I’m Ellane, and this is a once-a-week taster of the unusual, the helpful, and the delightfully mundane, as well as the next instalment of my quest to future proof and simplify my digital-analog workflow.
Mobile capture in Obsidian
Here’s a detailed tutorial from Nuno Campos for capturing information into Obsidian using Shortcuts. It looks cool. I’m still very happy with Drafts as the entry point for most things that I write so I’ll be sticking with that, but it’s always good to find alternatives that don’t require a subscription.
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