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Allow user to cache page by default

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  • Sandy_diigoSandy_diigo commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    "Cache" is an advanced feature requiring a lot more resources to support.
    Based on the limitation,we set it as a premium feature. All users have
    free access to this core feature.
    Premium users can enjoy doing caches without amount limitations.
    Besides,all their old existing webpages are cached and saved to
    our servers permanently.
    Checking off "cache" in the bookmark dialogue while bookmarking
    is essential only for those sites requiring passwords to gain access
    to. In most cases,current webpages are cached by our server
    automatically.
    With the cache feature, Diigo captures a "photograph" of a page
    for any user who is able to access the page through a password.
    This snapshot may then be shared so that even those without
    password access may view the page.
    It can also be used for archiving current pages in case they change

  • Ash GuptaAsh Gupta commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I agree, the option under settings to Auto cache the every page you visited.
    Additionally, another option of caching the page after the user desired interval; lets say after week (Useful in Dynamic Pages or Forums). It will acts as a timeline for the webpage.

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