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offer an export feature that includes images and cached pages.

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Currently group doesn’t support cached pages.We will support it later.Diigo will support the exporting of contents
in rich formats,including bookmarks &annotations and cached pages.The export will be in a zip format Along with that,we will develop client for desktop.
You can view these contents offline.
Anyway,our goal is" collect everything,access anywhere". Your data are safe all the time.


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  • Madison GuyMadison Guy commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Honestly, if I can export my Wordpress blogs so why can't I export my Diigo stuff? It should be possible and soon. Just do it! I've been a member since 2008 and paying member since it was first added as a possibility. I want to support development of Diigo. The Outliners idea does nothing for me and I'm a teacher! The old "lists" gave some way of putting groups of stuff together beyond tags.

  • Tim McCormickTim McCormick commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Export capabilities are crucial. It's hard to justify trusting one's research and recordkeeping to a service that stores the data privately and offers no clear way to get it out.

    It seems Diigo does not currently have even basic export capabilities, unless I am missing something. When I am in one of my Outliners, there's an Export button, which leads to a popup box, on which there's a copy button which doesn't appear to do anything; or you can copy the contents of the box, which is missing the URLS and other metadata for most items and so isn't usable.

    Please help! Since Diigo switched unexpectedly from Lists to Outliners last year, I have not found a way to do what I used to use the product for - particularly, to efficiently sort large lists (100s+ items). So I have years of bookmarking, plus incoming accumulation, which I cannot sort or effectively use now.

  • Jason DanielsJason Daniels commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    i paid to save my data in your cloud (including images), now i can't export my data. ridiculous.

  • Bridge PotterBridge Potter commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Looking forward to this update. its hard to commit to Premium without the security of being able to back up.

  • Max KaehnMax Kaehn commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    The export would probably need to be in an archive format like ZIP or .tar.gz, with a big HTML file for your bookmark collection, referencing other files like cached web pages, your images, etc. This could also be part of an effective backup/restore functionality for Diigo.

  • misty jmisty j commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I would like this a lot! Pairing this with a the ability to read and edit my diigo offline would be awesome. Also, the 'print' ability for lists needs to be revisited... seriously.

  • Hanspeter HelferHanspeter Helfer commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Sounds great. If this is going to be implemented, please also include the highlights and stickies in combination with cached pages. So that in fact you export a highlighted document with all your notes.

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