Be able to search bookmarks directly through the diigo extension.
It would be nice to be able to search our bookmarks directly through the extension (so as in the Delicious extension in Firefox).
The version after next will support a pop-up box,you can enter search key word there .
Leo Dg commented
This would be better resolved as in the FireFox Plug-in/add-on I think. That would be using a sidebar that if you put many tags on it, shows the links that has them all. In that way you can keep focus on many things simoultaneously and nothing is hidden... this is better suied for comparison and /or investigate/look into an idea and what you found about it previously...
Gabriel Ribeiro commented
@brian310207 You're right, that would be even better. +1
benny parker commented
It would be really nice to be able to search our bookmarks directly through the extension
benny parker commented
It would be really nice to be able to search our bookmarks directly through the extension.
Darío Macchi commented
Also, it would be nice that we can search for substrings using wildcards!!!
In response to sandy_diigo: Searching from a popup sounds a bit clunky, and would be a bit hidden. What about a prefix in the omnibox? I believe Delicious used to use "??" and then your search term.
Dan Ranger commented
I agree with ketyjiu; I too would buy the premium addition if this feature were present.
i can not use it as i want
AdminSandy_diigo (Admin, Diigo ) commented
We focus on the upcoming new version of diigo and making some improvements on the whole user experience.After we finish the updates,we will take it into consideration.
I really don't understand why Diigo hasn't start doing this. This is such an important convenience we need.
I am not sure what was originally meant as "search" here but I want TWO different search things:
Number 1 (THE MOST IMPORTANT ONE)
Please make the Diigo Extension look more like my Bookmarks Bar in Google Chrome. This way, I can search through Diigo Tags and find what I want quickly. I basically want the Diigo "My Library" as a part of the extension
I want to be able to keyword search through at least the titles of my bookmarked items. Much like Ctrl+F on windows. Ideally, I'd like to be able to search through bookmarked website data, tags and titles.
I am trying to transfer from Firefox to Chrome and Diigo makes me hesitating. It would be good to integrate the collected bookmarks in the bookmarks bar in Chrome, or just simply replace it.
Why the sidebars for IE and Fx have this feature but not in Chrome?!
Mark K Curtis commented
Where is the side-panel in chrome? Why do I have to visit the website everytime I want to view a bookmark - it's ludicrous. I may as well just stick to XMarks.
Jacob Golbitz commented
The statement that the extension should have a link to users' libraries (bookmarks) is not only true, it is obviously true.
Agreed - There should be an option in the Diigo toolbar search window for just Diigo - not Diigo+Google and Diigo+Bing as is currently the case.
fsateen fsateen commented
Terry Waggoner commented
ditto - i'd like to search bookmarks directly
I agree with the below statement. I hate clicking on the extension and getting that "error". I want to be able to search my extensions from the extension button or go directly to my library when i'm on a SpeedDial or blank tab.
Especially helpful on pages that the "extension is not designed to run" on. If I could get a list of bookmarks dropping down from the extension instead of that error message it would be great.
share tips commented
I'm a Del.icio.us guy who migrated to Diigo when I was told of their ever-pending-untimely-demise. It reminds me of a furniture store's going out of business sale.
Anyway, I've successfully migrated my bookmarks out of Del.icio.us and into Diigo. But there's something missing....I miss the sidebar popout toolbar of my del.icio.us browser extension. [URL=http://sonictrades.com/sureshot-intraday-stock-tips/]Sure shot Tips[/URL] || [URL=http://sonictrades.com/options-call-put-tips/]intraday stock option tips[/URL]