- by Web-Surf-Dot-Org, a year agoRated 1 out of 5This extension was always clunky but since few weeks, it does not work at all. I highlight pages, they appear highlighted and when I revisit them, they are gone.
Few dozens notes went to waste before I realized all my work is not being saved.
I had "Professional" user tier mostly for assets fetching but this too stopped working.
Diigo prides itself in staying online for 10 years now: being online is one, keeping your product working in ever-changing Web is another.
- by Firefox user 13087895, 2 years agoRated 4 out of 5This is the best thing after del.icious gone wrong. A very good bookmark organizer. I wish they had a backup feature where you could export all the bookmarks in html. I miss it a lot.
- by Firefox user 15569085, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5Diigo was recommended to me by the Open University. I'm amazed how well this app supports distance learning, and how much it improved over the last years. The Diigo outliner is the best tool for MOOCs and online research projects I've discovered so far. It's also works just fine in combination with the Pocket app: Use Pocket as read later tool and (the) Diigo (outliner) for creating summaries of MOOCs, online seminars and online research projects. I highly recommend free the Open Learn courses on note-taking and online learning to make the most of your online learning, note-taking and research. The only thing left to wish for would be a connection to the Zotero app that really works.
- by Firefox user 15049933, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5The ability to highlight text as I browse Web pages is the cornerstone of my productivity and sanity. I highlight bits of texts and, so doing, I build summaries of interesting stuff, with bookmarks to the pages. So simple and super effective.