Broader access to group tag dictionaries - 44 views
> 1. Make dictionary entries more broadly available. Group tag dictionary is a feature of recently released Diigolet 4.0b166. > 2. Avoid squashing too much into a single dialogue. I haven't ex...
Tags not "sticking" - 89 views
Adding tags to group bookmarks, topics, messages and conversations; and editing subject... - 33 views
> Consideration: new group support for tag queries that include the > NOT operator… More specifically: a search that's crafted by the member who added the bookmark may be broken (results not as e...
I’ve been loving Diigo since I ditched Delicious a few months ago. They are constantly adding awesome features and today I stumbled on the groups feature. Basically it allows you to create a group of like-minded users (it can be public or private) to share links, comments and it has a forum baked right in.
This is HUGE… It allows you to create micro communities and adds much greater value to “social” bookmarking. You can be a part of multiple groups - which are often topical in nature. There are all kinds of different options that allow you to discuss bookmarks in comment threads and in a forum. There are RSS feeds for each group - so you don’t even have to join one to get some benefit. And there’s a great “slideshow” feature that will allow you to quickly lopp through the bookmarked sites.
[Scribkin] Diigo Group Thumbs - 0 views
The feature they are testing out applies to their groups feature. Now, if you are a member of a particular group in Diigo, you can give certain URLs a thumbs-up if you think it is especially helpful. They are holding off on deploying this feature site-wide until they can make a determination how game-able the feature is.
Groups are similar to a web forum, but centered more around site bookmarks that are collected to provide a resource for the group. There are groups for all sorts of things, from social media to cooking. Some groups are extremely active, and others are simple collection points for related URLs.
it has a lot more features than my current favourite, del.ico.us:
- Longer description when bookmarking pages.
- Saving bookmarks to Twitter (if you are into that!)
- Web links can be automatically saved to del.ico.us and 3 other social sites.
- Instant bookmarking of a web page (one click save)
- The toolbar has an icon which shows whether the site has been bookmark previously.
- Bookmarks can be tagged read/unread status
- There are highlighting and collaborative features like sticky notes and site comments/
- You can import from other social bookmarking tools (del.ico.us, magno.lia.com, furl, etc)
- Images can be clipped and saved.
- Embedded videos can be captured and saved (supporting youtube.com, myspace.com, video.google.com, video.yahoo.com, atomfilms.com and many others)
- You can send bookmarks to major blog platforms easily (one of my favourite features)
- Cached feature: archive of the original bookmarked webpage can be accessed
- Diigo's Site Communities aggregate users who bookmark & annotate the same website & build meaningful reader communities.
-Dashboard: A quick glance of all the latest activities from you and your friends on Diigo. Check out public bookmarks and annotations your friends have added, see what groups they have joined or created, and other interesting activities they are doing at Diigo. also shows you all of your incoming messages, friend request, group invites and more.
manage group of tags
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