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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, ...)

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Phronima AxxonPhronima Axxon shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
jody perkinsjody perkins shared a merged idea: Please create a gui interface for organizing bookmarks into folders!!  ·   · 
Berylaube 00Berylaube 00 shared a merged idea: Could you make it possible to organise the bookmark list as on a computer in different folders?  ·   · 
started  ·  Sandy_diigoSandy_diigo responded  · 

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.

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  • Berylaube 00Berylaube 00 commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This diigo page should have the ability to mark a post as spam. This page is getting spammed and them it come to my email. Fail. Fix.please

  • Andrew LangfordAndrew Langford commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This would be very helpful - in effect would allow me to set up my Diigo library with faceted search, a combo of folders and tags where each bookmark can appear in many places. I could use then use Diigo for sorting and finding project for collaboration as long as they have a url. This gets my vote ...

  • L. Shaw MitchellL. Shaw Mitchell commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This diigo page should have the ability to mark a post as spam. This page is getting spammed and them it come to my email. Fail. Fix.

  • cazteyyanozcazteyyanoz commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I absolutely agree - I am getting very frustrated with having to tag things, and then move them into a list - now I have a million lists that I have to scroll through. What I would find most useful is a way to have sub-lists (like sub folders) or something that would serve a similar purpose.
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  • L. Shaw MitchellL. Shaw Mitchell commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    If diigo bookmarks with folders becomes a reality diigo will probably make all of the bookmark services I use superfluous and unnecessary. Diigo will do everything I need it to do. When diigo allows me to organize my bookmarks by folder it will indeed by day to celebrate.

  • Eleanor LukenEleanor Luken commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Thinking of it like flexible tags would be good because then you could place a bookmark in several categories. This could be combined with some kind of filter in order to generate lists that have certain properties.

  • Alexis LockwoodAlexis Lockwood commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I absolutely agree - I am getting very frustrated with having to tag things, and then move them into a list - now I have a million lists that I have to scroll through. What I would find most useful is a way to have sub-lists (like sub folders) or something that would serve a similar purpose.

  • forestcallforestcall commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Yes! This is a must have! I am a Premium user and this is very important to me.

    Also would like to see the Bookmarks appear in the toolbar where the Chrome Stock bookmarks appear.

    Code this please!

    Diigo Dev team - Blueprint, Code, Bug Fix, Q/A Test, Release!

  • J Scott PeterJ Scott Peter commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hierarchical tags are a necessity. Any list of things over 20 items or so absolutely needs folders, to make searching and browsing it easier, and to just keep my brain clean.

    My suggestion for how to do it is: drag any tag onto another one, to make it the child of the second tag. Parent tags function like regular text tags, *and* they're folders containing other tags.

    A key function of this feature is that when assigning child tags, all parent tags are also automatically assigned. So if I have a parent tag "science", containing children "astronomy", "biology", etc, and I type "astronomy" to tag an item, that item will be findable by searching either "astronomy" or "science". And if I click on the "science" parent tag in my tag tree, I will see all items that have either the "science" tag directly assigned, or *any* of its child tags.

  • renegadeskrenegadesk commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I don't think folders, but definitely tags and stored within the lists which will be the equivalent of "folders". Jut making it sync to the browser would be of the chain!

  • yc cyc c commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    If you think about it, tags are like flexible folders
    Check out the folders at Google docs - apart from the folder icon, they are in fact tags.
    One could make special 'folder tags' that show at the top of the tags list and imagine folder icons besides...

  • Snark SharkSnark Shark commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    the key to this idea is to do what Delicious does (er... DID). Use the current tag system as a starting point and get it easily accessible into PULL DOWN MENUS (rather than making people waste a lot of extra time refreshing their whole screen to see a "flat" list. Like Delicious, allow favorite tags to be highlighted in those pulldowns, as well as most used links, and then ALSO on top of that do what Delicious never did... add in a nesting capability with folders. Pulldowns are a natural for this and about 100% faster than the way Diigo does it now.

  • Mr MaherMr Maher commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    As an educator with over 4,200 bookmarks, 450 tags and 41 lists, I can say that folders are an absolute necessity. I started bookmarking with Spurl in 2003 and the folder hierarchy without the tags worked quote well. If the Diigo masters needed a buzzphrase for inspiration to introduce folders, how about "blended taxonomy"? I'll let them decide whether we put the bookmarks or the tags into the folders, but the linear structure will help us manage our libraries like nothing else can. C'mon folks, we're cheering you one. You've already made digital libraries possible - this would be an exponential advance is usability!

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