Please make Diigo highlighter compatible with pdf files viewed online
As more and more people move to the cloud to do work, and store their data, it would be incredibly useful if we could highlight pdf documents we read online.
Thank you :)
Our goal is “collect everything,access anywhere”.We wanna make diigo tools super easy to use even for a totally new user.We will support the uploading of PDF&PPT and making annotations on online PDF&uploaded PDF.Along with that,we will develop a diigo desktop client.It will support making annotations on PDF.After these tasks finished,you can annotate PDF online and locally via client. You can also see these annotations on your mobile phone.
okular allows PDF annotations. It's open source. Perhaps diigo could incorporate the code. You might also want to take a look at poppler.
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wave ye commented
Awesome feature, I am a Ph.D in life science, with this feature, I can use diigo to manage all my research articles and make cloud-annotation for PDF&PPTs. Thanks a lot.
YES Yes Yes, please make this possible! This would make my academic life sooo much easier! Im getting a chromebook so all my research and organization has to be done in the chrome browser. I will happily become a premium user once this and mla/apa references/citations are implemented!
cuttingedge - commented
I see the 'planned' post was 6 months ago. Did this ever happen?
Stephanie Ling commented
Just wondering if there is any update on this feature? It will make the collaboration so much easier!!
How long do we have to wait??? I would so like to get it down to at most 2 tools instead of my current pile.
anon anon commented
most of my college research is on pdf files read through its own research databases you would make my life a whole lot easier if you make it work on online pdf!
Lisa M Lane commented
If we had this, it would make Diigo the one-stop tool for me.
R Cabezas commented
Chris thanks for the heads up! I'm checking it out now...many teachers are hesitant to use any tool let alone have to use several to get some collaboration going that doesn't have to be face to face all the time!
Chris Peltz commented
I use Diigo for web annotation and Webnotes for PDF annotation. It would be great if Diigo could include PDF support so I could do everything in one tool.
Yes, the joy of Diigo is the fact that research is being hosted on a remote server...accessible from any online computer. The ability to highlight text on PDF files would greatly increase the effectiveness of Diigo!!