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Check out my latest video discussing the functionality and power of the Supernote Digest:

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Thanks to all who joined me for the discussion today. If you were unable to see it live, please check out the recording here on various Obsidian and Supernote discussions:

https://youtube.com/live/BpaG_Y877_o?feature=share

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