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Import RSS to bookmarks - 209 views

rss import bookmarks suggestion Diigolet Safari

started by Leandro Ardissone on 12 May 09
  • Graham Perrin
    > store my Google Reader Shared items directly as bookmarks or any
    > other RSS feed I generate like my FriendFeed submitted links.

    Please enable e-mail notification for the following topics:

    There may be other topics relating to RSS; I searched only for Google Reader.
  • Graham Perrin
    Subject: Safari

    > a safari extension, diigolet is ok, but old.

    I would tend towards improved + an improved Diigolet.

    Developing specifically for Microsoft, for Mozilla, for Apple (Safari), for Google (Chrome), for Opera, and so on -  plus betas - a multitude of envrionments - may be not the best use of limited resources/time.

    We have various topics on Safari, WebKit, Diigolet etc..

    (I'm a Safari user myself.)

  • Leandro Ardissone

    My main concern is the Safari integration. I love to send links by email to my friends that don't use any bookmarking tool, so I need to switch to Firefox to do that from the extension.

    I would pay for a Safari version if needed. Diigo rocks, but the diigolet is annoying at this time.

    Thanks! :)
  • Graham Perrin
    Subject: share (get annotated link, send etc.) quickly without Firefox

    > need to switch to Firefox

    No need to switch browsers. Using Safari:

    1. Take the Diigolet route to

    2. My Recent Bookmarks | more »

    3. for the required bookmark, use the Share menu.

    If you like: condense steps (1) and (2) to a single action; add your My Bookmarks to the bookmarks bar of Safari, then use the associated accelerator key combination. I use command-2.

  • Leandro Ardissone
    Ah yes,
    but what if I don't want to bookmark the current page but send by email?

  • Graham Perrin
    AFAICT for most page-related activities in Nabble, the bookmark of the page is the foundation.
  • Graham Perrin
    > what if I don't want to bookmark the current page but send by email?

    Use the File menu of Safari:

  • Leandro Ardissone
    Ok, I see.

    I'll still using the ShareThis bookmarklet for send mail, because I use gmail, not Mail app.

    Ah, and btw is there a way to add the Read Later as a bookmarklet or in the Diigolet, so I can use it as Instapaper to check links later from Safari.

  • Graham Perrin
    Can I ask you to create a separate topic for each subject? Thanks. It makes finding things in the group so much easier ;)

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