Dendron: Rename Note
Dendron will not allow you to rename a note to a note that already exists
Rename a note and update all backlinks to that note.
Dendron: Rename Note is a command that lets you rename a note. When renaming, it will also update all references in other notes of that note.
If the title of the note is the default title that Dendron generated when the note was created, this command will also create a new title as if a new note was created with the renamed filename.
Otherwise (if the note's title is anything other than the Dendron-generated title), renaming a note will not change the title of that note.
Renaming from the file explorer
You can also select Dendron: Rename Note after right clicking on a note in the explorer to rename that note. This will also update the backlinks as well.
See the following video to learn more about how to rename a Dendron note in the file explorer.
Please note that using the
rename command in the menu that VSCode provides will not update the backlinks and only rename the selected file.
Renaming a note that is linked using
- Place the cursor inside a wikilink
F2(or the command
Rename Symbol will rename the note that the wikilink is referencing, and updates all the backlinks as if you opened the linked note and used Dendron: Rename Note.
Dendron currently supports the following symbols: