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Graham Perrin

Snapshots: the WebArchive option (for users of Safari and other browsers, and more) - 93 views

Re (2010-09-18), Uploads to Diigo caches from for Firefox: PNG versions are missing Whilst PNG snapshots are unavailable &mdas...

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Jaakko Helleranta

Diigo Blog » Highlight, Annotate, Archive, Search, Share ~ Diigo ~ the best o... - 7 views

  • So, what’s new in V4 (click to learn more)?   Building upon the strengths of Diigo V3, version 4 adds significant features, usability and flexibility: New user interface — Users of version 4 enjoy an all-new web interface that reinforces Diigo as a powerful personal and team research tool. The three main areas — My Library, My Network and My Groups — relate to the key value propositions of Diigo: Research, Sharing, and Collaboration.  New display options — compact, standard and power edit — also make the rich feature set more easily accessible.
    • Bakari Chavanu
      It's because of Diigo, I might switch back to Firefox because I want the full menubar features.
  • This is like building a personal wayback machine of important webpages.   Some examples of uses for this new features are:  archiving of online receipts, promotional ads, client media outreach (for marketing and PR) archiving and reporting, and a wide range of time-progressive reporting of online data.
  • Integration, filters, sort options, greatly improved support for tags, highly focused search results, group snapshots and other refinements make Diigo group work both productive and enjoyable.
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  • iPhone® application — users can now access their Diigo libraries from the iPhone and iPod touch®, plus download for offline browsing! (Coming soon ~ pending approval by App Store)
    • Bakari Chavanu
      Very nice. I was wondering the other night if there was an app for Diigo. Will it have annotation capabilities? That might be a lot to ask.
  • Whether you are a consumer researching products to buy, an individual investor researching stocks on the Internet, a teacher gathering materials, a student group collecting information for a group project, a PR professional collecting client-relevant information, a recruiter scouting for talent, or a workgroup staying on top of competitive intelligence, Diigo can dramatically improve your productivity.
  • Now, if you only these niggling things can be added/fixed in the Firefox toolbar: - Different sort order for different tags/lists. - Complete, scrollable list of bookmarks under each tag/list, not just last 20 or so. - Option to open bookmarks in a new tab. - Tags/lists now overflow with no way to get to tags/lists that are hidden out. - Better sidebar with full tag browsing (like the Delicious plugin). I would highly recommend looking at the Delicious plugin for Firefox - it addresses these issues and is the main reason why I haven’t moved fully to Diigo yet.

Would you send me your feedback on using online Research tools? - 54 views

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Graham Perrin

Cached pages with annotations? - 107 views

> a website called Sharedcopy which has a similar function, you can > see an example of how it works here: > > Ho...

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