PTPL 021: Flip To-Do List Cons Into Pros, and Hiding ALL Obsidian YAML Metadata in Read View
Plus: Shifting to a new tool when needed, and new Apple Mail features you might find useful
Welcome to the 21st 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.
Past Episodes live in my PTPL List.
Today I’ll be talking about —
Using the tool that works for where you are today
New Apple Mail features (one good, one not-so)
Pros and Cons of keeping a to-do list, and how I turn the negatives into positives
How to hide all the metadata in Obsidian front matter in Read view—yes, even the tags
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