Export all notes at once

What I did: Tried to export all notes as Rich Text in Markdown

What happened: Exported only in the project that was open.

What I expected: Export all notes from all projects in separate files, respecting the hierarchy of projects in sub folders

Are you on macOS or iOS/iPadOS?

MacOS

Have you used the export scope options in this dialog?

I have hundreds of projects. I would like to export them all.

On the Mac you can shift select them in the sidebar on the left and choose File > Export As, then use the above setting

Questions -

  1. Could these setting be accessed when exporting on iPad/iPhone?
  2. In the project/category/whole agenda export, is there a way such that links to related notes are [[wikilinks]] relative to the other notes rather than a link to the agenda note?
  3. Once a project is exported as textbundle, I was not able to import textbundle into Obsidian - could you please guide on how to do that? Ot should I just use markdown export for such use cases? What happens to the embedded images in such a case?

Best regards,

  1. Could these setting be accessed when exporting on iPad/iPhone?

At the moment this isn’t possible on iPad/iPhone. One solution would be to use the new Shortcuts that ship with Agenda 15, it would allow you to build an export workflow I guess.

  1. In the project/category/whole agenda export, is there a way such that links to related notes are [[wikilinks]] relative to the other notes rather than a link to the agenda note?

Not at the moment. The problem is that there is no “standard” as to how these links should work, taking into account a folder hierarchy etc.

  1. Once a project is exported as textbundle, I was not able to import textbundle into Obsidian - could you please guide on how to do that? Ot should I just use markdown export for such use cases? What happens to the embedded images in such a case?

Textbundle is a standard format that also includes the images. Does Obsidian not support it?

I was disappointed with the export.

I don’t quite understand how it works, but Noteplan files open perfectly in Obsidian.

Subfolders of the subprojects hierarchy are not created either, everything is in the root directory.

My expectation was that the export would make the files usable, but the links are internal to “Agenda”.

In summary, I think that before using the calendar as the default note editor, it’s important to think about it. In case of software change, all references will be lost.

As said, as far as I’m aware there is no standard as to how links should function and what kind of hierarchies are expected when moving between notes. I’m gladly pointed out to be wrong though by a reference to some documentation or examples.

If you export one or more projects you can choose to have each file be exported in a subfolder:

You can even select the current category:

If you choose the Each Note in a Separate File option, this is what you’ll get: