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Yoni Blumberg

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bookmarks diigo sync bidirectional two way offline edit organize manage library API suggestion question

started by Yoni Blumberg on 06 Mar 11
  • Yoni Blumberg
    I'm not sure if this should be one topic or two, but I'm wondering if 1) there is any service with which Diigo is able to perform a bidirectional sync, and 2) if there is any software that can keep a local copy of your bookmarks and sync with Diigo.

    1) I realize Diigo can add your new bookmarks to delicious, as far as I know, delicious can't sync back to google so when if I make changes there they aren't reflected in my Diigo library. I also realize when I bookmark things with the firefox toolbar I can set it up to save a copy in the browser but that two is one-way and future changes are not synced. I am hoping there is a way I can edit my Diigo bookmarks somewhere else and have the changes reflected here. Is that possible and if not how likely is it to be made possible in the future? What would such a feature entail in terms of development?

    2) Following along the same lines as the previous points, is there any way to edit my Diigo library offline and then upload the changes to diigo? Again, I realize that this would be technically possible to do by downloading my Diigo library, editing it in firefox or something, and then re-uploading it but this is really not at all what I am looking for. If there is a way to edit offline bookmarks and have those changes uploaded (short of importing a whole new batch of bookmarks, e.g. through an interface, not through manual uploading of a bookmark index)?

  • Yoni Blumberg
  • Louis Thomas
    Did you find any service? i'm interested in bidirectional sync, and i have no succes in found one!

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