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How to back up bookmarks? - 559 views

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started by sugardiigo on 19 Apr 07
  • sugardiigo
     
    New to Diigo, and so far so good. Having gone to the trouble of highlighting, sticky-noting and bookmarking webpages, how can I be sure I don't lose that 'work' - i.e. how to back up Diigo backmarks, locally or online?
    Does anyone have any bright ideas for making sure they exist beyond Diigo?
  • Maggie Tsai
     
    Hi Sugardiigo,

    That's a cute username.

    Please check out http://www.diigo.com/tools/export

    CSV format includes your annotation.
  • davido T
     
    hi Maggie, is there a help topic somewhere comparing the various export formats, what they include, etc?

    maggie_diigo wrote:
    > Hi Sugardiigo,
    >
    > That's a cute username.
    >
    > Please check out http://www.diigo.com/tools/export
    >
    > CSV format includes your annotation.
  • Mah Saito
     
    Hi, Davido.

    We have tiphelp which you can see in Export page. - > [?]
    ----
    IE Bookmark Format: Include url and title
    Netscape Bookmark Format: Include url,title and tags
    RSS Format: Include url,title,tags and comments and stiky notes
    CSV Format: Include url,title,tags and comments and stiky notes
    Delicious Format: Same as del.icio.us exporting format
  • davido T
     
    a belated thanks!

    I see that csv and rss include the most info. I'll try both.

    I'd love for my diigo bookmarks to be searchable by Google Desktop, so they'd pop-up as results and remind me I'd bookmarked something. Maybe by exporting and indexing, that will happen, but an auto-updating method would be even better.

    thanks!



    Mah Saito wrote:
    > Hi, Davido.
    >
    > We have tiphelp which you can see in Export page. - > [?]
    > ----
    > IE Bookmark Format: Include url and title
    > Netscape Bookmark Format: Include url,title and tags
    > RSS Format: Include url,title,tags and comments and stiky notes
    > CSV Format: Include url,title,tags and comments and stiky notes
    > Delicious Format: Same as del.icio.us exporting format

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