I have a few community plugins enabled in my Obsidian. One of them is 'Paste URL into selection' - and it fits very well into the Markdown workflow. Also what you might know from other tools like Slack.
In the previous Obsidian blog posting about managing tasks I showed a note which lists all open tasks in my Work vault. This gives me quick access to all open tasks. In the same way I use another note quite often which shows me recently added and changed files in my Work vault.
My Obsidian vault is 'all-in-one', personally I don't like switching between multiple vaults for work and private stuff, and I organize it in a way to keep things separated in one vault. Multiple templates I'm using automatically generate Tasks in my vault, therefore I need a convenient way to see open work tasks. This blog posting describes the approach I'm using.
Obsidian is a note-taking software and knowledge base software, where the notes/files are written in Markdown. For quite a while I'm using it in my daily work. One of the cool features it has is named 'Daily Notes'.
For syncing files between my devices I'm using SyncThing. This tool is reliable, available on Linux, Android, Mac and iOS. And it encrypts the communication. But sometimes I want to know when files in certain directories have changed - as example in my Obsidian vault. This allows me to post-process the files.