If you’re building a long-term notes repository, you may want to consider syncing it with git. In this video, we discuss how to set up Obsidian to sync between your devices automatically using git and GitHub.
Text expansion is an easy way to automate and level up your writing, and Espanso is a free, open-source, cross-platform text expansion software. In this video, we walk through how to set up, configure, and sync your snippets with Espanso.
Spaced Repetition Systems (SRS) are often requested features on next-generation note-taking tools like Obsidian and Roam Research. RemNote is a contender which actually has an SRS system built-in.
In this video we take a first look at what RemNote has to offer.
What good are notes if you don’t have them for a long time? In this video, we discuss what data portability is, why it’s important, and how easy it is to use your Obsidian vault with other apps, like Foam for VS Code.
Notion is the perfect tool to complement any Bullet Journal in building a productivity system. In this video, Justin gives a tour of his Notion setup and how he uses the tool alongside the Bullet Journal for an effective analog/digital hybrid productivity system.
Spaced repetition is a way to help you learn, remember, and think about information on a recurring basis. In this video, Justin unpacks how you can build a spaced repetition system (SRS) using Obsidian and a new tool called NeuraCache.
Supernotes is a new contender in the note-taking/personal knowledge management app space. But does it stack up?
How do you organize your notes in Obsidian? This week, Justin shares a simple way to get started called the IMF Framework by Nick Milo.
Note-taking methodologies like Zettelkasten and Evergreen Notes focus on writing permanent notes from other kinds of notes. The question for you might be: how do I write a permanent note? This week, Justin reveals his simple process for doing so.
Taking notes on books, podcasts, and articles is an important way to process through information and ultimately translate it into knowledge. How would you start taking literature notes? We provide a simple method for writing literature notes in this video using Obsidian.