Posts filed under 'Toolbar Change Log'
Over the past month or so, we have rolled out some significant enhancements to the Diigo extension on Chrome browser. With the new extension, you can now:
- Capture and markup screenshots
- More easily add highlights, especially multi-color highlights
- Access cached versions of web pages you bookmarked
- Easily add pages to read later (and optionally close the page automatically)
- Save images from webpages as part of a bookmark or as a separate item
- Support keyboard shortcuts
- Search your library from the extension (coming soon)
For more details, please see the changelog here >>
The new extension is now named “Diigo Web Collector” to reflect the fact it enables a variety of ways for you to collect web content of interest to you, so you can:
- Just bookmark the link
- Save the page itself
- Capture screenshot
- Add highlights and sticky notes
- Save images on the page
Diigo’s mission is to provide you with the best experience for collecting and annotating your online content. Let us know how we are doing and how we can do better!
March 7th, 2013
Diigo’s “List” is a great way to organize, share and display specific collections of bookmarks (For those not familiar with this feature, click here to Learn more >>)
What if sometimes you find a good webpage and inspire you to start a new list collection, but you don’t have a good list created yet to archive that page? No problem. We’ve just added a new feature in FF toolbar (FF Version 184.108.40.206) to make your research process flow even easier:
You can now create a new list on the fly while bookmarking. Here is how:
1) Click the Bookmark button on toolbar to open up the bookmarking window
2) Check the “Add to a list” box. Use the pull-down menu to select “Create a list”
3) Enter new list name, select privacy for the list, click “Create“, then “Save”
This new process enables you to create a new list, and add whatever page you’re reading to the new collection on the fly. Make sure that you have the latest Diigo FF toolbar installed. Give it a try and let us know what you think.
PS. Diigo IE toolbar will support this new feature very soon. Stay tuned.
December 18th, 2009
Please upgrade your Diigo FF toolbar to Version 220.127.116.11 (compatible with the latest FF 3.5 browser) on the Diigo site > Tools > download area . Thanks!
(Note: You can check your diigo toolbar version by going to toolbar > Diigo > Help > About)
July 2nd, 2009
UPDATE (Dec 18, 11pm) New Ver 18.104.22.168 available on http://www.diigo.com/tools
UPDATE (Dec 18, 10am) New Ver 22.214.171.124 available on http://www.diigo.com/tools
Fixed some unexpected issues that affected some users reported in user forums. Thanks a lot for everyone’s active help to assist us with fast iterations to resolve issues quickly. Sorry for any inconvenience!
We always do very thorough testing with each upgrade as possible. Of course, with such a diverse users’ settings and environments, sometimes unexpected things happen. Our team is committed to deliver the best possible user experience for our users, and we will get issues resolved quickly. Together with your help, we will continue to make Diigo better and better!
We’ve made some usability improvement and some bug fixes in this version:
1. Add “Get Annotated” link …/ Extract Annotations
2. Remove “Post a note”
3. If a user selects some text and clicks “Send” button, the text will automatically be captured within the message window.
- Add a “Read Later” button
- “Quick Access Filter” improvement
1. Move “Add a filter” button to the end of all filters
2. Add a tip when the filter is empty. “Still empty, drag a link here to save”
3. Different color for Unread and Recent quick access filter
- Add “Get annotated link” in the highlight mouse over menu
These features really add convenience and enhance your browsing experience. Will soon write a more detailed post to supplement this change log.
As always, please let us know if you notice any issues. Thanks!
December 18th, 2008
1. Add the “View Annotation” filter feature.
2. Bookmarks in the quick access filter can be opened in a new tab by middle-click.
November 8th, 2008
- fixed a bug causing highlight painting failure in nested frames
- support highlighting plain text files
- keyword buttons constrained to be no more than 5
- compatible with Firefox 3.0pre
- twitter this now uses annotated link if there are annotations
- more items under “Send to” menu
- if the message page is already open, clicking Message button will reload it
- tag suggestion is now case insensitive
- increase max tag count per bookmark to 20
- twitter this default message uses www.diigo.com/~xxx instead of www.diigo.com/user/xxx
- more friends’ bookmarks menu items (All Friends, contact list)
- send to window: message is public by default. privacy setting is remembered
- twitter this now works in firefox 3.0pre (but not in beta 5)
- fixed several compatibility issues with firefox 3
- other fixes and improvements
- resolved conflict with snaplinks caused by a Firefox 2 bug
- faster upload when importing bookmarks from browser
- fixed a bug in “Send to blog”
- “Bookmark this Link to Diigo” now fetches link title and url correctly
- changed default message of “Twitter this”
- added “Add a floating sticky note” in right-click menu
- fixed broken Search url (search bookmarks on Diigo)
- Search result now uses current tab instead of opening a new tab
- highlighting in Gmail is not allowed because highlighting in such large one page applications is confusing and ineffective
- minor bug fixes and UI improvements
- resolved conflict with iMacro
- fixed an XSS vulnerability in comment content processing
Welcome to Diigo Toolbar 3.0! This is our most significant upgrade of the toolbar since its first release in 2006, culminating many months of development and test. Hope you will like it!
- UI redesign
Toolbar buttons, menu layout and bookmark window have been redesigned to provide better usability.
- New sidebar
You can search and access your bookmarks easily in the new sidebar. You can also view, filter and add annotations in the sidebar.
- Social browsing
Diigo Toolbar now enables a social browsing experience. While you are reading a web page, the Diigo sidebar shows you who else has bookmarked that page or that site, and what other similar pages and sites they have bookmarked, giving you a great way to find related content.
- Multiple ways to share bookmarks with varying degrees of intrusiveness
Share bookmarks via Friends’ Bookmarks, Specially shared bookmarks, the new Diigo messaging system, or to a selected contact list, or through twitter and facebook.
- Customizable keyboard shortcuts
- Numerous other small improvements
Check out the new features and enhancements, and HELP for more info.
Let us know what you think of this new version at http://groups.diigo.com/Diigo_HQ/forum
Thanks for giving it a try!
Change logs for previous version are here.
April 10th, 2008
This new update addressed several users reported issues:
1) Edit sticky notes
3) Logged out automatically
October 6th, 2007
This new update addressed several users reported issues:
1. Fixed the “search menu disappeared” bug
2. Fixed the “undefined” tag bug http://groups.diigo.com/Diigo_HQ/forum/topic/1092
3. Fixed the occasional “fail to bookmark” issue for some users (related to particular user setting)
4. Fixed the “clip video” bug when it’s displayed on a multi-frame page. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1104646951102176464
Thanks very much for our active users’ kind help and bug reports to allow us to make Diigo serve you better!
August 1st, 2007
Toolbar 1.0.2007072200 change log:
1. Show group comments only option
2. Keyboard shortcut to do bookmark: CTR+ALT+s
3. Show highlight index in front of the highlight text option.
4. Fix the bug http://groups.diigo.com/Diigo_HQ/forum/topic/1042
July 22nd, 2007