Ryan Murphy has made some super neat scripts to jump back and forth between DEVONthink and Obsidian. As long as you have a shared library of text files between them, while in one, you can jump to the same file in the other.
He even does one better. While in Obsidian, you can add a list of what DEVONthink considers its related files to your note. Either are super neat.
If you’re interested in reading more about integrating DEVONthink and Obsidian, check out this post.
Hat tip to u/Telnus at the Reddit forums for pointing me to Murphy’s Axle site.
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