Anytype - 0.32.3 -> Fusion of Notion & Obsidian into one System

Ah yeah, you can’t do that since collections only contain, the stuff you link them to. That’s exactly what sets are for. I was just wondering, why exactly would you want it to be a collections instead of a set since they are no real differences between them in this case.

but as far as I can see, i can only query objects with a set, not for example tags.

A set is a query / live search basically. You can use any type or any relation as a source of a set. You can set a tag relation as a source of a set, and it will show all objects that have that relation.

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Thanks for pointing that out, I didn’t see it xD

Well, no need for collections for now.

This is amazing work! Thank you so much for sharing your experiences and setup in detail!

Wonderful work @thePauker! Would you mind if I use this to create a post and share it with our social media audience?

Sure. Go ahead!

Do you have any handles you want me to add? I’d love to give you credit.

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Thanks :slight_smile:

Twitter: @thepauker


you’ve got some pretty impressive stuff put together!
thanks for sharing!

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I’ve been trying to implement a little bit of this today and had some trouble.

I’m not sure if this is a bug, but I’m unable to filter an inline set by object type (task) and “linked projects”

I guess I should explain what I’m trying to achieve.

I’m relatively new to anytype and I’m trying to learn a bit here and I’ll say it’s much more in depth than my previous note taking application (org-mode). What I’m trying to come up with here is a way to organize my projects. So for a project, with many tasks, I’d like to have a single page that contains my notes, files, ideas, and ultimately the tasks for that project.

I can create an inline set in a project template, however I can only filter via either a relationship OR an object type. Not both. Which leaves me with all tasks in anytype on a project page or anything associated with the project in one big list, not what I’m really going for.

Am I missing something?

Okay, so I figured out how to do this… In a round about way.

Maybe my brain isn’t working today but the option to filter by linked projects doesn’t appear until after adding the “linked projects” column to the task list. A little weird but it works.

Great. Sorry, I forgot to reply :slight_smile:

Update: 4. Resources

CleanShot 2023-09-18 at 21.51.00

Every part is integrated and connected to the parts of my setup.


Pages usually have the same setup, here is an example:

with self-referential inline sets:

Filter by:

  • Tag
  • Bookmarks
  • Documents
  • Notes
  • Library (books)
    CleanShot 2023-09-18 at 22.11.26