Bidirectional linking between pages
Introduce bi-directional links between pages: If note A links to page B, an entry is added at the bottom of page B that links to page A. Note B thus collects its contexts, and note A becomes part of note B's context.
This is a fantastic feature introduced by Zettelkasten and Roam Research to use notes not only as memory, but for systematic thinking. It implements the Zettelkasten Method by Nikolas Luhmann (or in a modern take: Smart Notes by Soehnke Ahrens).
see https://roamresearch.com/ and http://zettelkasten.danielluedecke.de/
Please add this!
Daniel Lezcano commented
please, yes. It is a key feature for research and... well, note taking.
Gabe Zentall commented
It's one of my favorite features in Asana, and I can see it being very useful in OneNote as well.
Priyesh Amin commented
Please get this introduced. This will make it a game changer forTeachers, students and everyone using one note.
Nathan Paul commented
This would be quite nice -- not only in the Mac version but Windows as well. I've worked for a productivity and information-management consultant for years who really knows his stuff, and based on what I've learned from him, I recognize that this feature would be a subtle but powerful enhancement towards effectively integrating information across pages. I already do this manually sometimes, and it's really come in handy.
If/when you add this feature, please also add an option to hide it from any printouts/exports -- or just make the "linked pages" entry a section (as in text indented under a top-level line) that is collapsed by default.
Paagal Swami commented
OH GOD YES!