My Zettelkasten workflow from start to finish

Two things are very important to me: Documenting my workflows. Sharing my knowledge with others as freely as possible. As of time of writing, I’m participating in some “learning sprints” for queries in Logseq. I actually don’t consider myself a Logseq power user or anything, at least compared to the folks who build these complicated dashboards and workflows for every aspect of their lives. I mainly use Logseq for my Zettelkasten; therefore, my needs aren’t too complicated....

July 16, 2022 · 13 min · jay l. colbert

til 2022-06-19 001

Instead of putting a query in my daily template, I can generate a running list of fleeting notes via a default query. I can do the same for a running list of drafts to work on. In the default query section of config.edn: {:title "💡 FLEETING" :query (and (property type fleeting) (not (property tags templates)) (not (task done))) :result-transform (fn [result] (sort-by (fn [h] (get h :block/created-at)) result)) :collapsed? true :breadcrumb-show?...

June 19, 2022 · 1 min · jay l. colbert

til 2022-06-13 001

When viewing a query in table view in Logseq, you can order the properties by toggling them off and toggling them back on in the order you want them to appear.

June 13, 2022 · 1 min · jay l. colbert