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  1. 1 vote
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  2. use the HTML tag `span` instead of `em` for highlights

    Some pages, for example http://www.ttc-marconi.com/cz/o-nas/profil-spolecnosti/ , have a CSS style associated with the HTML tag `em`, which is used by Diigo for highlighting stretches of text. A collision of styles may occur (between the styles imposed by the original web page and Diigo browser extension) - for example the above page's CSS style restyles all the `em` elements, especially (IMHO incorrectly) making them block elements with the `display: block` property. I think that using `span` instead of `em` would make the Diigo highlights styling less intrusive and prevent some of these collisions, since `span` is less likely to have a…

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  3. Version Control a la Github

    When working with other people, or even with yourself, you sometimes want to go back and see past versions of stuff. In particular, I'm talking about outliners. Right now, there is just current version of an outliner, and you can't go back and see old ones. I'd like to see saving and version control so that you can go back and see your past organization. Also, when working with collaborators, this is particularly important.

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  4. Make a professional-looking "Outlier" function for static lists (Like lists originally were).

    Make a version of Outliners that looks more like a professional website that I can share with clients and colleagues (like lists were).

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  5. Include sticky notes in the convertible items in outliner

    The outliner conversation flow is excellent for adding annotations to an outline. Why not my own notes too? I'd like to take notes on a webpage without having to open outliner.

    4 votes
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  6. PDF annotation in offline (third-party) editors w/ sync to Diigo

    The PDF browser/annotator in Diigo leaves much to be desired. There are much better PDF viewer apps such as Skim.app or Highlights.app. It would be great to be able to annotate in these apps, and then sync up to Diigo. This would require a desktop sync function, which is discussed here: http://feedback.diigo.com/forums/76211-ideas/suggestions/1063989-desktop-sync-a-la-evernote

    But this assumes that there would be some native Diigo app for desktop. I'm asking to allow integration with other apps that do a better job than Diigo's PDF browser.

    10 votes
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  7. shift control arrow in Outliner should select text NOT navigate

    I'm trying to use Outliners and the single biggest annoyance to me is that ctrl+shift+arrow keys does not select text word-by-word (as it does in every other program) but instead navigates the view.

    MANY people habitually use those key commands in Word, email, etc and will not want to change that habit for Outliners. Please find another way to implement navigation and allow for standard text selection!

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  8. Import Kindle highlights as notes with link back to source

    I read on Kindle often and I make highlights. I would like to send those highlights to Diigo, just as I would a webpage which I've annotated. I want to link back to the source as well.

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  9. Make everything in Diigo linkable, like a Wiki

    Since Diigo is aiming to eventually be the ultimate knowledgebase tool, I think one major deficiency is the ability to link items in Diigo. Diigo notes, bookmarks, outline bullets, etc. should be able to link to each other. That way, one can create a web of interrelated knowledge. Right now, that's not possible, it seems.

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  10. Include hyperlink back to original source in outliner notes

    When you convert your annotations from a source, they are imported into an outliner as individual bullets, which is great. The only problem that, if you move those bullets around, there is no way to tell the original source. It would be good if each bullet included a link back to the original source, internally, so that no matter where that bullet is in the outline, it's possible to get back to its origin. This shouldn't be hard to do at all.

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  11. Add to the "share menu" on Safari like Evernote, Twitter

    Add to the "share menu" on Safari like Evernote, Twitter

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  12. delicious import failed

    Hello,

    According to this help page [1], when I import my bookmarks from
    delicious, the tags should be preserved:

    Will my bookmarks be preserved as I move from Delicious to Diigo?

    Yes, tags, title, description and privacy will all be preserved.

    I followed the steps, exported my delicious bookmarks to HTML, and
    imported them to Diigo. I receievd the confirmation mail on 8 July:

    Welcome to Diigo! Your bookmarks were imported to Diigo. You can check
    them at http://www.diigo.com/user/edburns_diigo .

    Your tag cloud may still require more processing and will be available
    shortly.

    As of today, Monday, 13 July, the…

    3 votes
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  13. Hire a designer and a UX

    In general, the visual of Diggo is not good like Raindrop or delicious.

    Need to complete redesigner.

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  14. 1 vote
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  16. Create hierarchy tags, how a tree

    For example: Web → css, web → html, html → text tags and etc.
    And as addition, association links with other tags (example: XSS → Web Security, XSS → Scripting) without hierarchy

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  17. 10 votes
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  18. Export FULL Diigo Libraries, INCLUDING cached pages and images

    I am actually just reiterating a rather popular idea on here that, though in "Planned" status since 2012, has still not been resolved.

    *If you have already voted for the original thread referenced below, please cast your extra votes on this thread to show your continued support for this idea. If you have not voted for the original thread referenced below, please cast your votes on THAT thread.*

    Offer users the ability to export all cached pages (not just annotations. . .) and images.

    The original thread is here: http://feedback.diigo.com/forums/76211-ideas/suggestions/1170543-offer-an-export-feature-that-includes-images-and-c

    17 votes
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  19. Suboutliner

    I don't know if this has been mentioned before, cause I have problems searching this site, but are suboutliners in the loop?

    What do you do when your outliners become packed? Can't we create outliners below outliners?

    How do you address this problem?

    5 votes
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  20. Add ability to add pictures to outliner

    I'd like to paste a picture into my outliner. Make it so the picture renders natively. For example, I take a picture of bullet points. I'd like the outliner to show the picture of those bullet points instead of having a link to the picture.

    8 votes
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