New Obsidian Showcases: Dashboards, Kanban, Habit Tracking & More
Obsidian is a blank Canvas. You are free to choose your style and workflow. While this flexibility offers endless possibilities, it can sometimes leave newcomers feeling overwhelmed by choice.
Wouldn’t it be nice to see what and how other users are using the app?
That’s precisely the inspiration behind this article.
In this edition of Obsidian showcases, I will share some workflow setups, dashboards, Custom CSS snippets, dataview, and task queries used by the Obsidian users.
Novel Writing Info Panel
The novel writing info panel is shared by the user reaty on Obsidian Forum.
It somehow tries to emulate the scrivener-like info panel. You can see info about the scene or the whole project, like synopsis, word progress, etc.
You need dataview to create an info panel like this with the help of properties.
Dashboard setup by Erin
This aesthetic dashboard setup is shared by Erin on Discord. Combined with Anuppucin theme with Dashboard CSS+ file by TfT Hacker and Make.md plugin, this is a great setup.
A note with an InfoBox by Corellan
This is a custom CSS for a infobox with image and all details shared by corellan on discord.
Once you use the share CSS, you can create a callout like the following:
> [!INFOBOX-PERSON] Dieter Rams
> # Dieter Rams
> | |
> **Born**|20 May 1932|
> **Occupation**|Industrial designer|