One of the plugins I use most is Tasks. I use this to create tasks in my different workflow and help me prioritise tasks. In this thread, I will explain how I use it with Obsidian
1. Creation Tasks can be added to any note. All you need to do is type "- [ ]" with your task name, and the prompt will let you set a due date.
2. View tasks You can create queries to see a list of your tasks. The queries can have added functionality to filter, sorry, group and limit the results. I add these queries to my dashboard. I also have a task list note that shows different views of the tasks.
3. Template I add tasks to my templates so that when the note generates, it will already have a task linked to it. An example of this is a quick note that will have a task created to remind me to review it another day.
5. Prioritisation The tasks plugin lets you prioritise your tasks. Using the query feature, you can filter out tasks by priority.