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In the video below, I walkthrough an “Obsidian homescreen” I’ve set up for iPhone and iPad. These shortcuts and widgets use the information in my notes to provide a bunch of features, such as “Open the note for the project I’m currently working on” or “Show me a menu of my reading list and, when I tap on one of the items, open the book right away.”

In this blog post, I provide detailed instructions for each part of the homescreen.

A screenshot of the homescreen.

The homescreen itself is shown above. I put together the icons myself. Each one is available for personal use and can be downloaded from the relevant section below.

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Explanation

The graph widget is simply an image of my Obsidian vault’s graph. This has no real function. I just like it—it’s pretty.

To make this Widget, I used Widgetpack, though I imagine other widget apps on the App Store would also work.

Instructions

The instructions are simple:

  1. In Obsidian, open your graph view.
  2. Style it however you’d like via the Filters/Groups/Display/Forces menu, in the upper-left.
  3. Tap on the ⋮ menu in the upper-right.1
  4. Click “Copy Screenshot.”
  5. Paste that screenshot as a file somewhere on your device, and save it into Photos.2
  6. In your widget-maker of choice, make an image widget, then select the graph view screenshot for the image.

If you’re using Widgetpack for step 6, this Shortcut will do it for you.

Requirements

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  • Format your daily tasks as - [ ]-prefixed items in your daily note.
  • To have the widget automatically open to today’s daily notes, install the Natural Language Dates plugin from the Community Plugins gallery in Obsidian.

Explanation

If you track today’s to-dos in your daily notes in Obsidian, you might be jealous of all the other task apps that offer homescreen widgets on iOS and iPadOS. Well, say goodbye to that envy. Thanks to Obsidian’s use of plain text files, you can parse daily notes, extract those tasks, and render them as a widget.3

The idea here is to keep your day’s tasks in your Daily Note as task items (e.g., prefixed with - [ ]). Then, the shortcut linked below extracts those incomplete task items and renders them on your iPhone or iPad homescreen.

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If you keep your tasks in a running list somewhere, or only want to derive tasks from a specific project note or something, you should still be able to use this widget. Delete the date actions and instead switch the Get file from [your vault] at path [filepath] action to grab the desired note.

Instructions

  1. Install Widgetpack.
  2. Follow the setup instructions.
  3. Have some tasks in your daily note.
  4. Run the shortcut.
  5. To get the widget to update automatically each day: Set up a personal automation (see the Automations tab in Shortcuts) to run early in the day (e.g., 4am). Include a “Run Shortcut” action, and select the Today’s Plan Widget shortcut.
  6. To get the widget to update regularly throughout the day: Set up a personal automation (see the Automations tab in Shortcuts) to run whenever you launch Obsidian. Include a “Run Shortcut” action, and select the Today’s Plan Widget shortcut.
  7. 🎉

Note: If you have trouble getting widgets to appear in WidgetPack, reboot your device.

Foreground icon from Flaticon/Freepik. Background illustration created by me.

Requirements

  • The Natural Language Dates plugin from the Community Plugins gallery in Obsidian

Explanation

This simple button gives you a menu with the options Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, and Pick Date. Tapping each of these buttons opens the relevant daily note. Thanks to the Natural Language Dates plugin, if you haven’t already created a daily note for the day you’ve selected, Obsidian will create the note based on your daily note template.

Instructions

  1. Install the Natural Language Dates plugin from the Community Plugins gallery in Obsidian (if you haven’t already).
  2. Open the Shortcut.
  3. Open its settings.
  4. Tap “Add to Homescreen.”
  5. Call it whatever you’d like and choose an icon.
  6. 🎉

Frame button

An icon for a “hub” button.

Foreground icon from Flaticon/Freepik. Background illustration created by me.

Requirements

  • None. Well, except for Obsidian, and an iPhone/iPad. …And you have to have a note you like enough to bookmark on your homescreen.

Explanation

This button is very simple. It’s just a shortcut to a specific note. The shortcut uses Obsidian’s URL scheme to open it directly in Obsidian.

The note itself is one that acts as a kind of “hub” for me. I keep a reading list there (more on that later), a set of bookmarks across my notes for where I’d left something unfinished, and some links to other important notes.

Instructions

  1. Follow the setup instructions.
  2. Open the Shortcut.
  3. Open its settings.
  4. Tap “Add to Homescreen.”
  5. Call it whatever you’d like and choose an icon.
  6. 🎉

Foreground icon from Flaticon/Freepik. Background illustration created by me.

Requirements

  • A project note formatted something like the below, which was generated by a Kanban note.
    • You can use whatever you want for the section headers, and you can use as many headers as you want. It simply needs projects listed as task items.
    • Similarly, you do not need to use a “Backburner” divider, but you will have to adapt the shortcut. (See more in the Explanation below.)

Explanation

When you set up this shortcut for the first time, you tell it to look at a particular Projects note, formatted like the above. ☝️

You then specify a divider, like ## Backburner. (Everything below this divider gets ignored by the shortcut.)

When you run the shortcut, it scans everything above the divider in the project note. It then takes every task item, strips the task prefix (- [ ]), then adds the rest of the line to a project list. (If the items are [[ links, it removes those brackets too.) It also prepends the project note itself to the project list (in case you want to jump straight to your projects note).

Finally, it presents the list of projects as a menu. When you select an item on the menu, it translates the selected item into a link to that note, and opens the link. (For this reason, it won’t work with [[piped wikilinks aliases]], nor heading links [[a note#some heading]] or block reference links [[a note#^someblockreference]].)4

Instructions

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  1. Follow the setup instructions.
  2. Open the Shortcut.
  3. Open its settings.
  4. Tap “Add to Homescreen.”
  5. Call it whatever you’d like and choose an icon.
  6. 🎉

An icon for a Current Project button.

Foreground icon from Flaticon/Freepik. Background illustration created by me.

Requirements

  • A note where the first task item is a link to a project note. (For instance, the Projects note described above would work!)

Explanation

This shortcut works similarly to the above Projects shortcut.

You give it a Projects note for which the first task item in the note will always be a thing you want to open with the shortcut.

The shortcut scans the item for task items, stripping task (- [ ]) and link ([[, ]]) formatting from the task line. It adds the remaining text to a list. Then, it takes the first item in that list, converts it into a link to the corresponding note, and opens that link.

The result is that when you tap the shortcut, it immediately opens the first item in your projects list.

Instructions

  1. Follow the setup instructions.
  2. Open the Shortcut.
  3. Open its settings.
  4. Tap “Add to Homescreen.”
  5. Call it whatever you’d like and choose an icon.
  6. 🎉

Foreground icon from Flaticon/Freepik.. Background illustration created by me

Requirements

  • A note where you’ve listed links to books (or other links to things, like videos you want to watch, articles you want to read, et cetera). An example of mine is below.
    • The shortcut expects your note to contain more than just a book list—i.e., it expects sections after the book list section. If this doesn’t fit your set-up, you will have to modify the shortcut or just add a fake section header below your book list.

Explanation

This shortcut follows the same pattern as the Projects shortcut.

Given a note, it looks above a given divider for list items (e.g., those prefixed with -). It adds each list item to a list in Shortcuts. Then, it presents that list to the user. When they select an item, one of two things will happen:

  • If the selected line contains a URL, the shortcut extracts the URL from the item, then opens that URL.
  • If the selected line does not contain a URL, it assumes it is a [[wikilinked note]]. It extracts the name of the note from that syntax and then opens it in an obsidian:// url.

Instructions

  1. Follow the setup instructions.
  2. Open the Shortcut.
  3. Open its settings.
  4. Tap “Add to Homescreen.”
  5. Call it whatever you’d like and choose an icon.
  6. 🎉

An icon for a Current Book button.

Foreground icon from Flaticon/Freepik. Background illustration created by me.

Requirements

  • A note where you’ve listed links to books (or other links to things, like videos you want to watch, articles you want to read, et cetera). An example of mine is above, in the Books shortcut Requirements section.
    • The shortcut expects your note to contain more than just a book list—i.e., it expects sections after the book list section. If this doesn’t fit your set-up, you will have to modify the shortcut or just add a fake section header below your book list.

Explanation

Similar to the three shortcuts immediately before this one.

This shortcut accepts a note with a list of items (e.g., lines prefixed with -) above some given divider. It then takes the first item in that list, and one of two things happens:

  • If the selected line contains a URL, the shortcut extracts the URL from the item, then opens that URL.
  • If the selected line does not contain a URL, it assumes it is a [[wikilinked note]]. It extracts the name of the note from that syntax and then opens it in an obsidian:// url.

Instructions

  1. Follow the setup instructions.
  2. Open the Shortcut.
  3. Open its settings.
  4. Tap “Add to Homescreen.”
  5. Call it whatever you’d like and choose an icon.
  6. 🎉

Foreground icon from Flaticon/Freepik. Background illustration created by me.

Requirements

  • The Lumberjack plugin must be installed and enabled on every device you wish to use the shortcut on.

Explanation

By default, Obsidian isn’t necessarily quick to get you writing.

Lumberjack 🪓🪵 is a new plugin I’ve built to make adding something to Obsidian as fast as possible.

Once you’ve installed and enabled the plugin on your devices, opening the URLobsidian://log will immediately open today’s Daily Note in edit mode, add a new item to the note, and places your cursor at just the right spot so you can start writing out the brilliant idea you wanted to capture.

Instructions

  1. Install the Lumberjack 🪓🪵 plugin from the Obsidian Community Plugins gallery.
  2. Configure the plugin’s settings to your heart’s content in Preferences → Lumberjack 🪓🪵.
  3. Open the Shortcut.
  4. Open its settings.
  5. Tap “Add to Homescreen.”
  6. Call it whatever you’d like and choose an icon.
  7. 🎉

An icon for a Timber (new draft via Lumberjack) button.

Foreground icon from Flaticon/Freepik. Background illustration created by me.

Requirements

  • The Lumberjack plugin must be installed and enabled on every device you wish to use the shortcut on.

Explanation

Same as the Log shortcut above.

Timber uses the new obsidian://timber command from Lumberjack 🪓🪵.

When you launch that URL, the plugin will immediately create a new blank note in edit mode in a specified folder with the cursor ready and waiting for your new and shiny thoughts.

Instructions

  1. Install the Lumberjack 🪓🪵 plugin from the Obsidian Community Plugins gallery.
  2. Configure the plugin’s settings to your heart’s content in Preferences → Lumberjack 🪓🪵.
  3. Open the Shortcut.
  4. Open its settings.
  5. Tap “Add to Homescreen.”
  6. Call it whatever you’d like and choose an icon.
  7. 🎉
  1. In the video, I mistakenly said “right-click.” That won’t do anything. I regret the error. 😬↩︎

  2. At least, Widgetpack uses Photos. Other widget-makers might use Files for image widgets. If that’s the case,↩︎

  3. Native apps definitely still have more widget-power than Obsidian on iOS and iPadOS. Maybe someday we’ll get some native widgets from the Obsidian devs…↩︎

  4. It should be possible to make this work, I just haven’t had the need. There are two approaches to take. (1) Easy mode: for each task item found in the text file, split the item by , then take the first item in the resulting split text. This will grab only the note name and get rid of anything after the . Add this to the project list variable. (Do the same for # and #^.) (2) Hard mode: do the same as I’ve just described, only put in a “get the last item” action for the resulting split lists, URL encode them, and add them to an Obsidian Advanced URIURL.↩︎

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Marriage records in New Mexico are not restricted. The records are available to be viewed by any member of the public. Marriage records in New Mexico consist of marriage license applications and marriage certificates. Both documents can be requested by any member of the public who supplies enough information for the record search and pays all applicable fees. To obtain a marriage record in New Mexico, the following information is required:

  • Names of the couple on the record
  • Date of the marriage ceremony
  • County where the marriage license was issued

Family Court records can include marriage records and divorce records. These records contain personal information of those involved and their maintenance is critical should anyone involved wish to make changes. Because of this both marriage and divorce records can be considered more difficult to locate and obtain than other public records, and may not be available through government sources or third party public record websites.

What is a New Mexico Marriage Record?

A New Mexico marriage record describes a complete set of legal documents needed to approve and provide validation for a marriage held in the state. Marriage records issued to couples in New Mexico include marriage license application and the marriage certificate. These documents provide unequivocal evidence that the couple has entered a legal and binding union. In New Mexico, the Department of Health does not prepare or provide marriage records. Rather, all New Mexico marriage records are issued and maintained by the Offices of the County Clerks, in the various counties of the state.

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A New Mexico marriage certificate is a marriage record, issued in New Mexico, that has been completely filled and signed by a married couple. Other signatories include the official who conducted the wedding ceremony and two witnesses to the marriage. Married couples need marriage certificates to prove their unions when applying for loans, acquiring properties, and demonstrating joint ownership of assets.

What is a New Mexico Marriage License?

A New Mexico marriage license is a state-issued document required by intending couples before they can get married in the state. It signifies approval from the state that a union can be enacted between the two individuals. This document makes such union legal and recognized in the state. Eligible couples can obtain New Mexico marriage licenses from various County Clerk Offices in the state.

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A formal marriage license is the regular marriage license issued by the County Clerk Office to a couple who wishes to get married in the state. Obtaining one indicates both individuals (named on the license) are eligible to enter a union and have satisfied all requirements to do so. A marriage license obtained in New Mexico can only be used to get married in New Mexico.

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A marriage license costs $25 in New Mexico. Cash is the preferred method of payment, but major credit or debit cards are also accepted. Verify a county’s preferred payment method from the Office of the Court Clerk while applying for a marriage license.

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If either applicant has been married before, the applicant must indicate when the previous marriage ended. Physical records are not mandatory, but the applicant is required to provide the date and location of the divorce or the date of the spouse’s death. In the state of New Mexico, there is no waiting period between obtaining a marriage license and when the ceremony can be held. Applicants are also not required to submit to blood tests. Marriage licenses obtained in New Mexico have no expiration date. New Mexico is one of the few states which allows marriages between cousins.

A marriage license must be signed by the official who performed the marriage and two witnesses. At this point, it becomes the official marriage certificate. After it has been signed, the certificate must be returned to the County Clerk who issued it within 90 days of the ceremony. This is so the certificate can be recorded in the county. The original copy of the marriage certificate will be returned to the couple after it has been recorded.

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  • Names of the bride and groom
  • Date of the marriage