Just now getting started w/ org-roam – I have to say, it’s been pretty smooth so far, have been using it fr just a couple of hours and it’s felt incredibly rewarding.
Sitll, I’m notiicng a friciton point that I bet other people have solved. Right now I’m taking notes on a large-ish collection of web pages. My workflow involves going to firefox, clicking the org-roam bookmarklet, and then taking notes on the page. I often feel like I want to create a tag of some kind to a concept, and since my repo is brand-new, those links/tags are almost always non-existent. org-roam chokes on the recursive capture process, and so I have to stop editing my main note, complete the capture with
C-c C-c, and then find the file again before I can start editing again . So what I’m wondering is if there’s a way to keep the cpatured note in focus in the current window after I complete the capture? If that were the case I could go straight back to editing the note, and there’d be little mental overhead/interruption of thought.
DOes htis make sense? And thanks!