To have a tags bundle option (like in delicous)
The only feature that delicious has and that I regret Diigo hasn't
I agree. And additional to delicious's, I need some more features.
- Tag bundle hierarchy
I sometimes need more than one hierarchy in tags. With tag bundle hierarchy, I can search wide range of items by one tag bundle name.
- Can use tag bundles just like tags (=tag bundle is a specific form of tag)
I sometimes have trouble deciding which tag is appropriate for a page. In this case, I choose more generic tags like tag bundles.
If a tag bundle itself can be used as a tag, it really suits the situation.
Tag bundle with these feature is maybe the same as hierarchical tags.
Effective Communication commented
Now preparing a bookmarks managers comparison table that includes great Diigo.
Kuddos to Ivan Tishchenko for grasping the requests that are related to 'tags bundle'.
I find the description jona90 does on tags synonyms hierarchy enlightening:
PERCE - NEIGE commented
I agree. All features that could make us manage and sort better our bookmarks are welcome.
Evan Harmon commented
Definitely! This is my biggest request. The only reason I haven't upgraded on Diigo is because I can't use it like I used to use Delicious. I would upgrade if we had tag bundles a la Delicious.
Fuzbolero . commented
Great job collecting those similar issues/feature requests, Ivan Tishchenko!
For Diigo admins; isnt it time to simply put this on the PLANNED list, tag it as such so that we can be assured it is about to happen? I assume you dont need more "indications" that this is important for many users...
List of similar ideas -- please go vote for them, maybe that will speed up implementation?
scrol less commented
This excellent suggestion aims to have a 'combined view' for multiple tags. (I voted too)
I have also created a complementary suggestion with the aim to have tag bundles behave as tag 'templates' such that with one click, multiple tags can be assigned at one go.
Lee T.Q. commented
Aggreeing with Ivan Tishchenko, this is becoming "critical" ("must have").
Another example of why this feature is useful, almost a must-have. You know how you pick tags from "suggested tags" list? Sooner or later you end up with multiple names for the same thing, like: howto, "how to", how-to, howtos, faq, tips, tricks, tips-and-tricks etc. And then you cannot find the stuff you need because you don't know which one of those tags was applied to it. So you end up NOT using "suggested tags" and always type in your tags, and allow auto-completion feature correct your spelling making sure you chose one of your tags, not some other variants of it.
I have to give up "suggested tags" feature because it corrupts my tags structure, adding hard-to-eliminate duplicates.
If we had tag bundles feature -- I would just create a bundle HowTo, and added all these tags into it.
María Eugenia Simancas Soriano commented
Delicious ya no tiene la organización de etiquetas en carpetas y por eso me cambié a Diigo.
Kruppa, no, they are not similar. You explicitly add your links into lists. Whereas in bundles, you add your TAGS to bundle. And it automatically picks up all the links that have those tags. It is VERY powerfull. E.g. I know I have like 50 different tags related to programming, and I'm not really going to tag all of them with programming tag explicitly, because I have like 1k of links related to programming. That would really be too much to go over all those 1k links and tag all of them with programming tag. And with bundles that's much easier: I add all my programmin-related tags to one signgle Bundle, Programming, and then I can see all my programming links with one click. And each new link added to any of those tags is automatically reflected under the bundle! Ohhhhh I miss this feature SO MUCH....
Stephan Kruppa commented
What about lists. They are are similar to bundles?
benny parker commented
Agree with below comment
Erik Stahlhut commented
this is essentially for me instead of using delicious - I use Diigo for differenz kind of areas, so I need a multidimensional organisation of my bookmarks.
I´m really looging forward for this feature
benjamin diedrichsen commented
I also think that hierarchical tags are a very powerful way to cluster information. It's the nature of single pieces of information that they can by classified using very different perspectives. This would also make the feature of organizing hierarchical lists obsolete, since custom tag hierarchies behave like dynamic lists with the advantage that each item can occurr in various "lists"
I have over 800 links to transfer into Diigo...the lack of the tags bundle feature is giving me real, real pause about using Diigo. When might this feature be up and running?
i can not vote for it more
Alessandro Di Ruscio commented
We're working on a bookmarks service that integrates tag bundles instead of folder. But we need some help to make it happen.
If you wanna know something more about the project, take a look here: http://www.indiegogo.com/krumbr?a=575457
and post question if you want to know more...
P.S. If you want, make a contribution. Your help is totally important to make it happen! :)
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Bobby White commented
I just switched from Delicious. I LOVE tag bundles (or favorites tag lists) that I can put right on my browser bar. I use it all day to access my frequently used links or to create a quick list for a presentation I'm doing live. I use the tag toolbarhome as a quick way to access personal sites and toolbarwork for work. Otherwise I'm back to using my Bookmark tool in the browser for quick access. Please oh please. Otherwise Diigo rocks!