To have a tags bundle option (like in delicous)
The only feature that delicious has and that I regret Diigo hasn't
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.
Eleanor Luken commented
Some tags I would to only be an option under one parent tag. For example, I'm leaking for a camera to buy and I creat tags for "under $100" and "100-250". These are tags I don't need to apply to any other category of tags because they are specific features rather than a traditional tag. However, I might also want to use a tag like "to buy" more traditionally, I would use it for a camera in the above list and I would also use it for items on a book list, shoes list, etc, so I could generate a list of items to buy from all my bookmark categories.
jan jansen commented
Delicious doesn't support firefox 4, so I was looking for an alternative. That's why I went to diigo. The only disadventage of this is the sidebar with My Library. So I would appreciate it a lot if this is also implemented as delicious did.
L T commented
I really like diigo but tag bundle drop down menus from the toolbar are the first thing i'm looking for. Until i can find a another bookmarking system that supports this i'll probably stay with delicious.
Snark Shark commented
J M's points are good. But the Delicious style PULLDOWNS MENUS (in relation to listing tags, designating favorite tags and showing the links underneath ALL of that without having to redraw the whole screen) are even more vital, IMO, than the sidebar (to be safe guys... do BOTH). The pulldown treatment of tags in Delicious take the least screen real estate, and the least clicks, and the lack of this functionality in Diigo is more than a shame... its close to a dealbreaker.
J M commented
Please, please, please allow the sidebar to be organized according to tags. This was one of the most useful features of delicious and made it a breeze to work efficiently and productively. Though new to diigo, I feel like a real clunker and profoundly miss thinking and looking in tag-land.
J M commented
Pleeeeeaaaaaaaasssssseeee do this, Diigo. Tags in a sidebar would make me stay forever!!!!
Ricky Su commented
@sandy_diigo, The delicious FF toolbar for tag bundle display works pretty well. (higher level tags includes all lists of sub tags). If possible, please implement this feature.
nadege austin commented
I think several levels of tags (tag bundles?) would be most useful. Right now my use of Diigo is limited because the organisation of the bookmarks is not complex enoug to meet my needs (and because of that there is no way I am going to get the Premium service, at least as long as Diigo is the way it is right now).
With Tag bundles I could organize much better my bookmarks.
However, why do we have to choose between tags under lists and tag bundles? Why can't we do both?? Lists don't have the same purpose, they can be made public, and I hope someday they'll be publishable on a webpage for ex. even for non-diigo members.
I vote for both tag bundles and tags under lists!!