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Jose Luis Pajares

Searching bookmarks tagged by other users, not by me. - 34 views

feature search tag

started by Jose Luis Pajares on 04 May 07
  • Jose Luis Pajares
    I would like to search for a specific tag that i'm using very frequently but just getting the results from bookmarks saved by others AND still not bookmarked by me.

    Now i can browse the results of that tag but many of the results are already bookmarked by me so i've to browse throught many older bookmarks to see bookmarks i didn't know it.

    This will be a good way to discover new sites of my interests.

    There is already a way to to this? I revised the Advanced Serach Help page but I couldn't figured out.
  • Maggie Tsai
    It is an interesting idea - will discuss here.

    Meanwhile, not sure if you have noticed - some additional ways to do tag search and display:

    1) will show you all Bookmarks tagged xxx.
    2) there is a "view Mine" option
    3) Then, there are "recent" / "popular" tab

    We're making lots of little improvements throughout the site (and more to come) , so keeping up with the latest HELP is quite a challenge. Thus, we're now building a new wiki HELP platform. Everyone can view it, but only "pre-authorized" authors can make updates / changes on it to keep up the content quality. Once we have the basics up - we'd love invite expert POWER Diigo users who are interested in helping us keep up with the latest changes.

    Anyone interested in helping sometimes (no "obligation" - contribute only whenever you'd like to), we'd love to hear from you!

  • Jose Luis Pajares
    I noticed that ways, but this have nothing to do with my problem. Anyway It's nice to see that it can be discuss it by Diigo developers :)

    I can help with the wiki help while diigo will remain free. By the way, it's diigo open sorce? Just i think it's important to know this, since you are asking for collaboration.
  • Maggie Tsai
    Your wishlist is not a feature that we support yet.

    Thanks for your offer to help. I will drop you a note to invite you to our wiki help.

    No - diigo is not an opensource - lots of complex codes here.
  • Jose Luis Pajares
    > No - diigo is not an opensource - lots of complex codes here.

    Ok, anyway, do you plan to offer Diigo always for free?
  • Maggie Tsai
    No rocket science here -

    Diigo will add advertising support, so that its basic service will always be free. We're considering a premium fee-based service where it's ad free but has lots more bells and whistles.

    Will put out a survey to see what's considered important for you all as users. Meanwhile, we welcome your input.

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