To have a tags bundle option (like in delicous)
The only feature that delicious has and that I regret Diigo hasn't
Evan Harmon commented
Also, a lot of work is spent typing in tags manually so it would be nice, after tag bundles are implemented, that we could tag a site by tag bundle name so that all of the tags attached to that tag bundle would automatically be applied to the site.
Evan Harmon commented
This is probably my #1 request. Just switched from Delicious and am pretty lost without being able to create tag bundles. I know for a fact that Pinboard is rolling out tag bundles very soon...
Gilles Couzin commented
I just switched from Delicious (since the new owners, Avos, seem bent on making a pig's ear of it) to Diigo thinking 'lists' were similar to 'tag bundles' (i.e. lists of tags). How disappointing to find out they are not. Please make this feature a priority, the ability to group tags into meaningful categories is a must.
Michel H. commented
Count my vote on this recommendation too
Fuzbolero . commented
hey, Diigo-stars, when will this be moved to "planned"? :-)
(and, at the point of decision-making: any way to hold a public voting for whichever options you are reviewing? Good thing to make sure you have the majority of users with you in your choice.)
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SCU Library commented
yes please - could we have tag bundles. We need to be able to add tags, rather than individual sites, to lists.
Valerie Lancaster commented
adding my vote to this! i miss delicious' tag bundles so much! i'd love for diigo to pick up that feature.
dwarf elf commented
Tag bundles would make diigo perfect!
Josephine Dorado commented
Yes, tag bundles please! Like many, am migrating to Diigo because Delicious recently disabled many features as part of their restructuring process. #SocialBookmarkingFail. I'm an educator and use the tag bundle functionality for classes frequently.
Sommer Sprossen commented
Yeah, delicious got rid of this (among other things, like basically everything) and I would send you all my love if you could make this happen. <3
L G commented
This is a good time to consider making this feature, since delicious decided to ditch it for some insane reason, making many people leave the service.
c b commented
I really would like tag bundles. They're such an organic way of organizing tags, and much more useful for sorting through bookmarks than putting links in literal folders or re-sorting those individual links. That was the reason I first made the leap to cloud bookmarking services, for tags- a single link can be sorted in several ways according to several different criteria, rather than having to be re-bookmarked in three different folders it might be relevant to. I have hundreds of tags, and the way Diigo kind of ignores them is why I've stuck it out at delicious for so long. Even though I love Diigo's extra functions- the notes and highlighting are both cool and useful!- the core function I want from it, link organization, is lacking. I can hack it by putting common designations in front of all of my tags based on what they do, like work:resources and work:accounts for example, but I don't think that's what Diigo actually wants, because that takes the links out of the community tag pool.
tanpopo L commented
Yes please! Especially now that delicious has been "restructured". A tag bundle option would make diigo the perfect alternative.
Alber van Zyl commented
Up Tag Bundles! Tag Bundle supporters of the world, unite! Yes, bring the tag bundles, please. Pretty please, with sugar on top...
Yes! Very confusing to users of Delicious who have made the switch. The ability to organize or group tags by "bundles" is essential. May stick with Delicious and hope for the best as far as I-phone app.
Alexey Tarasevich commented
+ easy way to narrow down or expand a search scope
+ nice concept to hierarchically organize the tags
Michael Daw commented
This is essential. There needs to be a larger emphasis on hierarchical data.
m c commented
Agree with J M. Having to type out Tags in the sidebar makes it impractical. That's why I'm using Lists instead. But then it takes 2 extra clicks to get to List drop down menu when making a bookmark in Firefox 3, so it's not an ideal solution. I hope either we can have drop down menu for Tags or we can have easier access to Lists.
Ryan Bush commented
This would be big. But imagine offline support. And vote for it.