MrSatan Remember, where there is a shell there is a way
Just put this in your
~/.bashrc or whatever shell you use rc file:
alias newnote="vim $HOME/Notes/$(date --iso-8601=seconds | tr : .).md"
Then you can just write
newnote and it opens a new file in the
~/Notes directory with vim. You can change it of course if you want a different directory or text editor.
Just a quick note: this will only work in bash-compliant shells, something like dash that only follows POSIX standards strictly won't work. This is because of the
$(...) part, I believe it's called shell substitution and it's a bash-ism.