Diigo V3 represents a re-launch of diigo.com. Both the website and toolbar are completely re-designed. Prior to the introduction of V3, Diigo was primarily a web annotation and social bookmarking tool. In addition to significant improvements of Diigo as a research tool, the new Diigo now facilitates a meaningful social information network around knowledge. It socializes the content that users save and annotate – building a community around information, topics, knowledge, and people, and enabling better ways for knowledge sharing and discovery.
Since there are a lot of new changes, we would like to assist you in exploring the new Diigo:
- To get started, please watch the Video Tutorials, explore “Getting Started”, and read the “What’s New” and new “About Diigo” pages.
- We will start a new series of “Tip of the day” posts. Many Diigo features are thoughtfully designed. Some may be subtle yet very powerful. This whole series of “Do you know…” will hopefully help our users / readers understand some basic functions as well as discover many wonderful things Diigo is capable of.
Should you also like to contribute and share your “Diigo Tips”, we welcome guest writers. Please drop us a note. Or, just directly do a blog post on your blog, then let us know, so that we can link to yours (and properly credit you, and hopefully bring traffic to your blog, of course 🙂
- If you have specific questions, you are welcome to come visit our User Forum. Check out the “Topics Tags” or do a “full text search” (on the right) for what has been discussed previously. If you don’t find what you need, just make a new post. We will be glad to assist you.