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Mine; the filename is today's date:

alias notes='nvim echo ~/notes/notes-$(date +'%Y%m%d').md'

The format being markdown gives a good syntax clue to vim.

I'm similar, but with vimwiki. <leader>-w-<leader>-w will open an entry for today's date, so for me ~/vimwiki/diary/2020-02-08.md. `<leader>-w i` will show a list of all entries. Pretty convenient stuff. I have mine start with a template as well, with a few common headers.

I do this too but this article makes me think that it may be better if everything u was one file folding avoids visual clutter anyway

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