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.
Tom Potterfield commented
This would be my number one request. I have over 1200 imported links tagged with words from my browser bookmark folders, but the diigo-created tags don't show up in My Tags, so even the limited batch tag management features don't work with these tags. I can't even see a list of my tags! Even if I can come up with workarounds, but it looks like it would take days of work to get anywhere that way. So...better tag management is essential! Until then, I'll have to stick to browser bookmarks & xmarks sync.
Kevin kardasz commented
New here. The advanced features are great, but the basic ones not so great. Having folders and sub-folders, drag and drop, would be so much easier.
Tanaga Hannah commented
Definitely! This is a much-needed feature. Especially for educators. Otherwise it's just too long of a confusing list!
Cassandra F commented
This is one of the things I'm waiting for. As long as you can use tags and the folder system at once, I'll be happy
this feature will be very usefull. but shouls be posibility to use tags and folders at the same time.
Ted Dushane commented
Folders have the advantage over tags and search that they are graphically intuitive. When those who say that outlining is "outdated" come up with an alternative structural paradigm, I'll take them more seriously. In spite of Google, search is *not* the answer to all organizational questions. Even in Gmail, they have folders - in the form of labels.
Hierarchical tags are a variation on the theme of folders - I wouldn't get too hung up on the details if it's easier to program it one way or the other.
My concern remains: if you have only a flat organization, which is what tags amount to, you've lost the conceptual tool that a hierarchical approach gives you.
mukis abnau commented
very good info thanks for sharing
Monica Del Castillo commented
yes please folders would be much more easy to get to the bookmarks
Let's move to chipmark.com
They have all i want (FOLDER STRUCTURE, SHARE, SSL ENCRYPTION)
It's bad idea without SSL encryption.
if you go to internet cafe everyone easily can look at your bookmark data, etc.
Shibela . commented
I would give up folders every day of the week if I had the option to organize & hyperlink my Lists through either tags or the section headers. And by hyperlink, I mean able to navigate the Lists by way of clickable links for the section headers or even by way of tags specific to that List.
Diigo May commented
I can't believe so many still request Folders when Tags & Search makes them obsolete!
Kevin Goh commented
FOLDERS PLEEEEASE. I am beginning to get lost in my heaps and heaps of bookmarks.
Makes me wonder how I survived with Delicious.
Chantal Hochstrasser commented
I love the idea of folders, particularly if they could be colour coded (ie. we get to select a colour for each folder or group of folders!!) This would be especially useful for those visual learners amongst us.
@Nicole Masureik Can you please tell us where did you import
bookmarks from and which service provides the folder feature?
Nicole Masureik commented
Absolutely. I'm really frustrated at just having imported all my bookmarks (which were beautifully organised by folder and sub-folder) only to discover that now I have to manually redo the WHOLE lot (and there are a lot) because Diigo hasn't organised them in the same way, or even used my folder names as proper tags. (The folder names are visible as tags, but when I click on the tag, Diigo tells me that I have nothing under that tag.
VERY frustrated. Might be simpler to just keep manually updating my various computers.
Alec W. commented
This is the only reason I am even considering using webnotes... Diigo is far superior, but I need a better way of organizing my work. Whether it's nested tags, or just standard folders and sub-folders, this is a glaring omission in Diigo. While you're at it, I really need pdf annotation too... Thanks Santa.
Sarah Zurhellen commented
I agree with the idea of including a option for the use of folders. Not replace tags - it can be faster to just drop into folder & tag later. Would add ability to color code folders if needed. eg. Diigo red = untagged, blue = project info etc. SO YES to folders +1
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julia siesla commented
I agree with the idea of including a option for the use of folders
better even: hierachical tags (à la evernote)
* like folders, they can be nested
* like tags: one entry can have multiple tags (= ~ be in several folders at the same time).
=> example: a newspaper article on "blackberry playbook review" can be sorted in