Diigo Revamp – 1st Stage!

We are currently working on big changes for the Diigo UI, bringing you an easier, modern and streamlined version.
The first stage we want to share with our users is the new homepage. Let us know what you guys think before it goes live!

Homepage Final

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Diigo article by Techacute.com


Check out this great article featuring Diigo by Techacute.com


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Hot Bookmarks from the Diigo Community


Ever heard of bibliotherapy? Reading books has provided humans with the ability to escape from the stresses of the modern day world and dive head-first into a different universe where are minds are entranced by the fictitious literature. Let this article take you on a journey into gaining happiness through reading.


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Trending Links on Diigo

Hot bookmarks shared from the Diigo community, check out this article on Google’s new education training centre for teachers. Learning has never been so easy!


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Improvements Inc!

Diigo is undergoing big changes to improve the user experience for all. New tutorials will be made for new users on how to use several features such as outliner, Diigo extension, highlighter and screenshots. Knowledge management has never become easier with the use of Diigo, streamlining features and knowledge to provide you with an enjoyable learning experience.

Stay tuned for updates!

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Diigo on Chrome

As some of our users may have noticed, we recently have had some issues with our Google developer account. This caused all of our extensions on the account, including the “Diigo Web Collector”, “Quick Note”, “Awesome screenshot” and some other extensions to be unavailable on the Chrome Store. We are not 100% sure of the cause for this action, as Google only provides developers with a vague reason such as “Code visibility” issues. We think it’s due to some third party integration in “Quick Note”. In fact, most of the responses on their side have been automated, making the process of retrieving our original developer account a long and tedious task. We are still in communications with Google and will do our best to retrieve our original account that has years and years of positive reviews and about 5 million users. For now, we have set up a new developer account under diigo.com for our users to be able to continue to use and update Diigo on Chrome.

Please refer to our Chrome Store link to install our extension : https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/diigo-web-collector-captu/pnhplgjpclknigjpccbcnmicgcieojbh?utm_source=chrome-ntp-icon

We will keep you updated on the process of our original account retrieval. In the meantime we are still 100% dedicated to providing our users with the best learning tool, and will continue to improve Diigo’s user experience and functions. Leave a comment if you have any feedback for us or input on how we can further improve your learning experience.

Thanks for your support!

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Scheduled Maintenance Notice 2

The scheduled maintenance is the second step for a backend upgrade.  We will move Diigo from current data center to Amazon cloud.  You will experience a faster and more stable Diigo after the migration.

The planned maintenance window is Wednesday, Feb 11th at 0:00PM US PST.  We expect the actual downtime to be approximately 1 hour.

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