Organise your bookmark list like yours os, in differents folders
The idea is that you could organise your selection of bookmarks, like you can in a selected folder and sub-folder of your operating system. EX List (music) in différents folders (classic, rock, ...)
Thanks for all inputs.We are spearing no efforts to make Diigo 6.0 available soon. We are working on a brand-new way to organize items. You can use hierarchy system in a new way. it is also super easy to re-order items’ structure. Please stay tuned.
Sara Goldberg commented
I really hope the option for folders becomes a possibility!
Suvi-Tuuli Allan commented
Down with spam and religion!
moti magl commented
we are waiting waiting and steel not even an update???
pls tell us were we stand on these important matter
meistr perchennog commented
February 2014: Still no 'Folders', still no 'Diigo 6'. Whose backside do I direct my boot at, your's or Santa's elf? Two Christmases and still no presents. Will they perchance come as arrows on the 14th? I don't want to be booting Cupid into touch too.
Hope deferred, truly does make the heart sick.
Hans van Meteren commented
Since April 1 2012 (Foolls day !!) there is rumour that Diigo will be updated with folders (version 6?) but one and a half year later we don't hear no progress at all. I think Diigo could be more client focused AND make some more progress with this much wanted issue.
I have to agree with "Jorge".
This is really basic stuff, and it should have been implemented a looooong time ago.
Please let us know where you are in the progress, since the wating and not-knowing will just drive all of your customers away.
I know I am thinking of finding another firm who can do better than this, and my guess is; So are many others !
Jorge - commented
I am a long-time Diigo premium subscriber, with a large amount of professional information curated along the years, and I find frustrating the lack of progress on this area.
I appreciate all the effort put on the new Diigo Chrome extension and the new branding and web site, but something as basic as grouping bookmarks into folders should be a priority.
Even more disappointing that the lack of progress is the lack of information. The last comment on this regard from Diigo is dated 2012 (!); if at least we were receiving updates to understand why is taking so long, the level of frustration would be certainly lower. If you are not able to commit on this idea or are finding problems with this particular development, be honest and just tell us what it is. Hiding yourselves from your customers is the worst customer support strategy I can think of.
Any progress on that?
I would've subscribed immediately to premium diigo - until I saw that I cannot organize my lists in folders !!!.
This is by far the most basic thing in any kind of information organizer.
The fact that it's not there yet, after so many releases, shows a mind-boggling level of incompetency of whoever is in charge with designing this thing.
I'm uninstalling the extension. Without folder organizing it's not worth using even for free.
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3 things added to this version will make me pay for premium, and all are as important:
1. multilevel lists or folders
2. faster(directly to a .htm file) , structured(keeping the hierarchy) and partial(only certain folder or subfolder, not my entire library) EXPORT
3. possibility to pay with some kind of prepaid card (see paysafecard.com for ex.), meaning its anonymous.
P.S. Without at least the first 2 working, I will not use diigo even if free.
My respects, for how diigo it is so far!
late play commented
Folder system is beneficial but my hope is that tagging with user controlled vocabulary becomes more effortless. Would love to be able to choose from a simple tag cloud without having to start typing to get list of tags that begin with the same letter. Difficult to remember how I have tagged similar items in the past and like to tag alike so a simple tag search will locate all similar pages.
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I am looking forward for the new organizing system(hopelly some kind of multi level, or sublist in a sublist...).
Tags are good, but let me give you an impossible example: what if you tagged some music stuffs with the tag:ROCK, and then you want to tag some rock(as of stones) stuffs with the same tag:ROCK. Regarding the fact that both are in separate lists, they will be together in the same tag:ROCK, which is wrong. On top of this, it is much more easier to organize and see things in a hierarchical system like root/music/rock and another root/geology/rock.
Organising tags in a hierarchical way would be so useful. In a few month of use, bookmarks and tags are so numerous that it becomes essential to organise them. Thank you!
Baxter Tocher commented
Any news about this yet, please?
Rajib Sarker commented
Waiting for Diigo 6.0.
@Daphne: """""" I'm an information collector and prefer folders to tags for the copious information I collect. It's not about which (folders vs. tags) is better, cooler, hipper, more modern. It's about what the user base needs. This thread makes it clear that many Diigo users want hierarchical information organizing. Diigo's great for getting information in, but once it's in I rarely look at it because the UI just doesn't pull me in. Which makes me question why I'm bothering (and paying). Also, I can think of no technical reason the information couldn't be "stored" in more than one folder without duplication (though that's not so important to me). """""
Thing is, technically speaking, hierarchical tags are a superset of both lists and folders. One can model flat folders as well as hierarchical folders, lists of tags as well as lists of lists this way. If you want to make sure a list stays a list and doesn't become a folder, that's just the question of a config flag.
Bridge Potter commented
No doubt that diigo is lagging behind likes of evernote for usability. However I still use it for bookmarks with regular use of tags. I access the bookmarks thru the my diigo tag cloud which is set as my home page or the combined google plus diigo search in the task bar.
Sylvie Art-fashion-history commented
The first request on this topic was written on September 15, 2010. There were more than 1,500 votes for this request. Today is May 13, 2013 and we still do not have an answer for your "supposed" new version of Diigo.
You expect your users to lose confidence in you (it does not take long) and leave Diigo for others websites such as Bitly (bitly.com) that offers this kind of functionality that is required of you for so long.
Do you know at least that the software development is normally done by several deliveries in order to achieve a system more functional? I think not. We can not expect users so long without giving them a minimum follow-up. I am much disappointed with the way you operate.