Very nice; thank you very much. If I could perhaps have a request for a future version: up to now my (manually created) journalling notes are ordered with a different date format: instead of YYYY.MM.DD as your plugin does it I currently use DD.MM.YYYY; could this perhaps be an option for a future release?
Afterthought: can I achieve this by rearranging the parameters in the name? I'll check that ...
I'm afraid not. This plugin aims to orgnize folder structure of date of journal. Perhaps this plugin Templates would meet your demands, you can customize a shortcut for predefined templates， after creating a journal, then you can press this shortcut for insterting the note content.
One idea for this from a Journal function I've seen in a different app is to put a timestamp.
So currently ctrl + alt + d either or creates or opens the current day's note but what I'm suggesting is that either that binding is extended via an additional option or a new command added to generate a new entry to that note with a timestamp (i.e. without the extra step of opening it and using an insert datestamp command or shortcut).
e.g. I press ctrl + alt + d to make a new note and on the top line of the note body it also puts in the time of that note.
Later that day I want to add a new entry, I press ctrl + alt + d again and it inserts a break followed by a new timestamp header ready for the next entry.
Journal entry one
Journal entry two
I get that and definitely understand, it was more about letting you know about a feature from a very similar aspect of another application that I'm familiar with that I know people like as it makes life really easy to just press a single combination and be able to jot down their thoughts instantly.
To reduce friction as much as possible, the most useful feature I've seen working is a "quick capture" function that opens a pop-up where you can simply enter a short piece of information in the note of the day without leaving the place you are... Logseq have a un plugin like this.