A colleague started taking notes in Obsidian recently, and I have looked over her shoulder to see what she struggled with. I realized that there are many poorly documented features in Obsidian that beginners should know. This post introduces must-know features and techniques, especially if you are new to note-taking with Obsidian.
Heptabase is a new app that helps you to break down complex concepts into a connected mind map. It is perfect for learning new things. Obsidian, on the other hand, has 100s of plugins that help you organize and synthesize knowledge using a variety of ways. In this article we discuss which one is better for who in academia.
A research project is like a maze, if you want to find the exit you will need a system to keep track of your findings and steps. Leverage Obsidians Canvas to get your research projects done faster.
Learn how to use an iPad for effective note-taking and annotation workflow. Three apps that work well together: Notion, Papership and Zotero.
This post will provide you with a detailed explanation on the best Chrome extensions for your academic research and exactly how they can be used to elevate your everyday workflow.
Keeping up with an increasing number of publication becomes harder and harder. Luckily we can combine a set of tools and practices to help us cope with information overload.
Ever spent hours searching for that one elusive note or idea? Traditional note-taking tools like Microsoft Word fall short when it comes to academic research. Explore how next-generation apps like Obsidian employ features like global search and bi-directional linking to not only save you time but also reveal hidden connections in your research, effectively.