Simplifying your workflow with Logseq templates

Simplifying your workflow with Logseq templates

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Some example Logseq templates and a text expander workflow (highly recommended!) for simplifying your template input


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Templates are a small part of using Logseq effectively. It's important to understand how outlining and bi-directional linking support your workflows in order to truly maximise your templates, and Logseq in general. If you're looking to level-up in Logseq, Logseq Mastery Tutorials is now out of beta. The course covers everything you need to know to master Logseq, starting with the building blocks of the program and then getting into effective note-taking and information management practices. Looking to smash the learning curve? Then this is for you ๐Ÿ™‚

Here is a link to my templates on Github. Youโ€™ll need to copy the text into a text editor (e.g. Notepad ++ or Sublime), then save the file as templates.md in the โ€œPagesโ€ folder in the folder where your Logseq notes are stored.

It's worthwhile noting that I don't really use the in-built templates feature any more after incorporating a text expander into my workflow (I use aText, although there are a number of different options out there). I've included the video below.

Now the time taken to pull up the "/" menu and then find the template you're looking for may seem trivial, but if you're using them regularly, I can guarantee that you will be grateful for having a text expander workflow. It makes entering repeatable information an absolute breeze ๐Ÿ™‚

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