The following is not how Obsidian works. This is how I wish it worked, to replace the workflow that I use in Dynalist. And given that Obsidian supports 3rd party plugins, perhaps some day these will all come true, and I would not need Dynalist any more.
Move Item hotkey
In obsidian, think of lines of text (text between \n or \r) as nodes. And think of all the other lines of text in the document, and all the other document titles, as destinations. So essentially, it works the same as dynalist (except you can’t use lines in other documents as destinations, since I assume they aren’t in RAM). I cannot work without the ability to teleport lines of text underneath destination texts. It’s become the core of my productivity workflow.
Inbox & Send to Inbox API
Set a document as you inbox. It either appends a new line of text to the start or end. Obviously this requires cloud storage. Maybe it’s just a IFTTT recipe that appends text to the text file in your Google Drive. But it needs some way to triage in ideas as they occur effortlessly, without booking up a laptop and opening Obsidian to the right place.
Google Calendar sync and dates
Render dynalist format dates and sync the text of the line they appear on to Google Calendar automatically.
Honestly, that’s all I use Dynalist for. If Obsidian or another app had those three functions I’d consider switching.