I list all the ways I get content into Obsidian to create ideas.
1. Website - I have used the ReadIt Later Plugin to create a note from website links. It allows you to set up a template and the location where you want the note to save.
2. eBooks - Highlights from kindle can be loaded into Obsidian using @readwise Readwise can support many services and again allows me to import my highlights into a note along with details of the books.
3. Audiobooks - I have seen other services that will provide an automated service, such as Snipd, but I have opted to continue to do it manually.
4. Podcasts - I am currently using OvercastFM to clip and share a link which I manually copy into a note template. I have seen other services that will provide an automated service, such as Snipd, but I have opted to continue to do it manually.
5. Twitter Thread -I enjoy reading Twitter Threads, and if I find one, I use the Tweet to Markdown plugin. I can copy the last thread link, and the plugin will download the other tweets and paste it into a note template.
6. Newsletter highlights - I have used Inoreader to manage my newsletters. I have been using readwise to get the highlights I make in Inoreader, and Readwise Plugin will create a Note with those highlights.
7. YouTube - I have used the ReadIt Later Plugin to create a note from YouTube links. This generates a note with a template I have chosen. The YouTube video is embedded into the note, so I can take notes while watching it.
8. Audio notes - I have been using Apple's voice-to-text features to create an iOS Shortcut to generate a note in my Obsidian Inbox.
9. Physical Books and documents - I have been using Apple photos to scan text and an iOS Shortcut to generate a note in my Obsidian Inbox.
There are many ways to capture content in Obsidian. Try different approaches to see which ones work best for you, depending on the kind of content that you are capturing.