I would like to suggest the following as a feature enhancement:
Currently, if a wiki link points to multiple items (e.g. because they have the same alias), clicking that link will randomly open one of those wiki linked items. Of course, this is sensible as the default behavior. Moreover, it can be addressed by using a script to identify duplicate aliases, in order to ensure that the most relevant item gets referenced in wiki-links.
But wouldn’t it be awesome if upon clicking the link, a menu would pop up that allows selecting any of the items that the wiki link points to?
I can think of many scenarios where this would be useful. The most obvious one: If I’m referring to a concept in a note, then it would be advantageous if via the wiki-link I could immediately access the related group or tag, a definition note and e.g. journal entries on how I applied the concept in the past.
Even if I opt to remain in the note I’m writing, being reminded that those resources exist as I’m referring to the concept would be tremendously valuable. Maybe the popup could display when hovering over the wiki link, allowing to take a quick peek at the linked contents.
In sum: I believe multiple destinations for wiki links would open up many new possibilities for automatic cross-linking of database contents.
Thanks for considering.