I want to use Logseq with Obsidian. At least I think I do. I have Logseq on three devices–iPhone, iPad, MacBook–each set up at different times. I’ve just discovered the Logseq folders and files in my Logseq directory in iCloud Drive. But they look a mess: duplicated folders on multiple levels. (See attached screen shot.)
I think some house cleaning, maybe starting over with fresh installs, is in order. Hopefully the screen shot will enable some to advise me about what I should do.
I’m unclear about “graph.” I had been assuming it referred to a content directory, e.g., in my case my Obsidian vault/directory. Assumed the specifically Logseq folders were Logseq configuration-related.
Sorry to be so dense. I assumed the Logseq files would be in a folder separate from my graph/Obsidian file. So they should be within the graph/Obsidian directory?
Attached is another screenshot. Of my Obsidian folder. It shows most of the Logseq folders. There isn’t one for assets, though I set up for it in Obsidian settings. And the Pages folder has only a few most recent data files. The main collection of data files are in the main data/graph folder, called “zettlekasten” in this case.
Should I just delete the confused mess of Logseq folders I showed in the first screenshot?