How to get started in Logseq

Do you need a firm theoretical and practical foundation to hit the ground running with Logseq? Dario has you covered with this 2-part series. In just 40 minutes you learn Logseq's first principles, before moving on to the practical application.

Dario da Silva (OneStutteringMind) is a content creator who has helped thousands of knowledge workers get the most out of Logseq. In this two-part series, he first gives an overview of Logseq's principles before moving on to how to enter, structure and retrieve information in Logseq.


Part 1: The basics and first principles

From the video description:

Can't see the value that everyone is talking about? When I started using Logseq (well, it was actually Roam that kicked off my journey), I had no idea about what I was doing and my notes were super messy. Fast forward to present day and I'm completely hooked. Starting is the hardest part. I had to bump my head many times, and am still learning about the best way to do things. I hope you find this video valuable wherever you are on your 'network-note taking' journey.

Part 2: Understanding journals, pages, and how to make changes

From the video description:

In this video, I continue the train of thought from my previous video by delving into the practical implications of structuring your base in different ways. I also look at how to make changes in your base, and how to access and change your local files. It's a long one, so I've put together detailed timestamps if you're only interested in certain parts.
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