Make Diigo Sidebar Delicious
Make the Diigo Sidebar 2 -tiered so that I can browse my Tags in a top window and see the links for a tag in the bottom window and acces a link directly from there . . . just like in delicious.
make firefox sidebar like delicious sidebar containing the tags. This is useful if I want to see all the bookmarks with that specific tag.
d i commented
Often, the bookmark title alone is not enough to be able to identify the bookmark that I'm searching for. We really need to be able to access the bookmark descriptions from the sidebar. This could be done by hovering over the bookmark title to view the description, or by having a separate window in the sidebar that shows details of a particular bookmark (tags, description) when it is selected.
Terri Lein commented
We will make improvements on the user interface of firefox toolbar.
Please stay tuned.
B C commented
There is so much good design in the delicious sidebar. Please copy freely! Simplify, simplify, simplify the UI!!
Marcin Kasperski commented
In my opinion it is not necessary to exactly repeat delicious sidebar, but diigo needs improvements in search support. The crucial point (which I earlier reported as http://feedback.diigo.com/forums/76211-ideas/suggestions/1303763-tag-drill-down-offering-proper-tags-to-narrow-the ) is that there is no support via related tags (no way to expand the tag via other tags matching the same urls). If diigo hinted those somehow, the sidebar would be fairly usable.
Terri Lein commented
@Oxy: that's exactly what I'm missing with Diigo. The other features are terrific, but Diigo still has a ways to go with tags.
oxy mora commented
The Diigo Firefix addon (especially the sidebar) is the main drawback Diigo currently has. I manage my delicious bookmarks through the sidebar; I almost never visit my own delicious page. The delicious sidebar shows tags and bookmarks, has a very easy but well-working search option, I can edit bookmarks by right-clicking, and I can see my notes via mouseover. The Diigo sidebar is just not useful in comparison.
Alexander van der Sar commented
The missing functionlity of the delicous sidebar prevents me from moving to diigo. Although diigo has nice features but I can't use it properly for bookmarking :(