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Lamarck Jean

How can I differentiate in "my bookmarks" the lists that I have saved from others - 11 views

list bookmark lists differentiate suggestion help resolved

started by Lamarck Jean on 15 Jul 09
  • Lamarck Jean
     
    Hi!

    I have saved the list "biology" from another user that has created it. But in my bookmarks there is not any signal or colour to differenciate my own bookmarks from the bookmark lists of others saved by me.

    Here http://www.diigo.com/user/lamarck/biology+taxonomy?tab=250 You can see a bookmark named "biology", but it is actually a list created by other user.. Anyone who browse in my profile cannot differenciate if it is a bookmark list or a single bookmark.

    I also cannot differentiate it. My suggestion is that diigo staff could add some signal, colour or text, to differenciate single bookmarks and bookmarks list in the section "my bookmarks".
  • Graham Perrin
     
    Interesting, I never used this feature.

    In your bookmarks, it's simply a bookmark.

    At the list http://www.diigo.com/list/n2teaching/biology
    the summary of people who have bookmarked the item is comparable to http://www.diigo.com/people/search/url?query=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.diigo.com%2Flist%2Fn2teaching%2Fbiology

    > add some signal, colour or text, to differenciate single bookmarks and bookmarks list

    I wouldn't recommend a change of colour.

    http://www.diigo.com/user/Lamarck?domain=www.diigo.com%2Flist will show all lists for which you have a public bookmark.

    > text, to differenciate

    You could add a tag to bookmarks of other people's lists.

    Regards
    Graham
  • Lamarck Jean
     
    > text, to differenciate

    > You could add a tag to bookmarks of other people's lists.

    Yes, I thought to add the tag "people's lists" and it's what I finally did.

    Thanks again Graham and sorry for my questions, I just want to improve diigo to make it better.

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