In my field, it is common to use author-year combinations or simply years as links to references. For example, an article might say:
An alternative was presented by Lewis (1968) and Stalnaker (1974).
The years link to bibliography entries. Can I replicate something like this in my notes? Ideally, I’d like to have the following:
(1) When selecting a link from bibtex-completion, I’m offered a choice of using the year or author+year as link text.
(2) The link is then inserted as ‘[[cite:lewis1986counterpart]’, for example, which displays as just ‘1968’. (At the moment, it displays in full, with all the brackets.)
Is that already possible?