Is there a way to automatically update a hyperlink across multiple notes when I change the title of the note to which they are linked?
Scenario: I have a note that focuses on a concept such as “water” and when I add text to it I cite the source using a ziplink to a citation note titled “Hart 2016.” Later, I realize I misspelled his name and want to update the citation note’s title to “Heart 2016” but now all the links I’ve made to this citation note are incorrect. I realize they still work, but they do not read correctly.
I know this seems like a small problem, but it’s just the easiest example I could think of. I’ve had other issues with this, especially when I try to use a more Zettle/evergreen notetaking approach to cultivating a knowledge database. Often I realize I need to split a concept note into two but I can’t change the name of the original note because all of the text links I’ve made elsewhere won’t necessarily make sense anymore if I come across them later from a different pathway.
It’s actually the one thing about Notion, Roam and Obsidian that I find attractive - how the hyperlinks to a note will automatically update to reflect changes to the title of the note. I realize my lack of computer coding knowledge means I may be asking for something that is not doable, but thought I’d ask in case there is an automation or action I could use as a work around in TBX.
Is there a way to update all the links other than manually one by one? Thanks!