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Jason Finley

Facebook app - 20 views

p.s. I know that there are tab app out there, but I'd like a specific Diigo tab.



Archiving expanded Facebook pages - 6 views

I've just installed Diigo in hopes that it will allow me to archive/snapshot a very long Facebook page in its entirety, fully expanded. Facebook, after there are two comments to a post, hides many ...

facebook archive snapshot

started by teschek on 13 May 10 no follow-up yet
Vahid Masrour

Facebook Application, is diigo still supported? - 334 views

Great. When i have a smartphone, i will definitely want Diigo to be there with me.

facebook diigo app bookmarks

sofarso Shawn

FACEBOOK USERS: READ. NOW. « Pixel Bits - 4 views

    Serious phishing scam on facebook \n\nURGENT: I've been robbed and need help.\n\nImagine logging into Facebook and seeing a friend's status message set to the above. What would you do?
Graham Perrin

Facebook app: annotations not offered without a login to Facebook - 26 views

1. do not log in to Facebook 2. Bookmarks appear, but no public annotations. Suggestion: is there value in offering Diigo annotations that are public t...

Facebook suggestion gpd4

started by Graham Perrin on 10 Jan 09 no follow-up yet
Graham Perrin

[Brainstorming session] Diigo & Facebook - 44 views

We'd like to open up a brainstorming session: For those avid Facebook users, we'd love to hear your ideas / wishlists on what we should implement for Facebook. Feel free to fire away! Thanks!

brainstorm facebook widget

Maggie Tsai

Family Matters » Blog Archive » Diigo on Facebook - 1 views

  • As the genealogy community on Facebook develops, we are seeing many ways this platform can support us beyond the obvious socializing and networking features. One Facebook tool we can all use is the Diigo application. If you’re not familiar with Diigo, it’s an online bookmarking system that allows you to bookmark your favorite sites and pages with tags for quick retrieval, highlights to focus on the content you find useful, notes to add to the content and the ability to share with others. I’m just touching the surface of Diigo’s usefulness - as you’ll see in the further reading section below. The Diigo application on Facebook only displays bookmarks - yours and your Diigo friends. You will see the bookmark information including any notes or highlighted text associated with the bookmark by clicking the Expand link. Following any of the bookmark’s links will take you out of Facebook. If you click on one of a bookmark’s tags, it will take you to your bookmarks tagged with that tag at the Diigo site.
Alexandre Enkerli

Importing from (Shoebox)? - 41 views

I've been using as my main social bookmarking service. As I give Diigo a try, I'm looking for a way to import my content into Diigo. However, I haven't found a way to import the c...

facebook html importing plum rss

started by Alexandre Enkerli on 18 May 08 no follow-up yet

FunCaster: Sharing on Web 2.0 No Longer Means Having to Upload - 0 views

    A widget that displays desktop content on most of the Web 2.0 sites... Makes it possible to share without uploading to any server.
Mah Saito

Diigo adds social network features | Webware : Cool Web apps for everyone - 2 views

  • Facebook version of Diigo is coming soon, too. That should be very interesting.
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