Diigo Firefox toolbar Change Log Ver 3.1.6.13

UPDATE (Dec 18, 11pm) New Ver 3.1.6.13 available on http://www.diigo.com/tools

UPDATE (Dec 18, 10am) New Ver 3.1.6.12 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!
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We’ve made some usability improvement and some bug fixes in this version:

  • Under “Send” button:

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!

2 thoughts on “Diigo Firefox toolbar Change Log Ver 3.1.6.13

  1. I just created Diigo group for Israeli Interior designers. I have my own toolbar (www.stylight.ourtoolbar.com). I will be happy to have Diigo button within my toolbar. Is it possible to have HTML code to implant Diigo button or drop-down menu within my toolbar?

    Cheers,
    Gilad

  2. Can I get this resource to work under Opera ?

    We need a tool like this, but we want to acquire libraries of bookmarks [ a virtual card catalogue ] like the Dewey Decimal system for books.

    Is there such a resource

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