This post is a great summary of one of the main issues we aim to solve with Diigo. Thanks for the write-up!
A few weeks ago, my digital learning coach colleagues and I were making fun of how many tabs each of us has to keep open on any one browser window. We joked at how many awesome tools we’ve seen on Twitter, at a conference, or heard about through a friend — bookmarked — and forgotten.
Even if I went back and tried to find something I had bookmarked, it was almost impossible to find exactly what I was looking in the moment it was needed. My bookmarking system wasn’t organized, searchable, or shareable.
Diigo allows you to save sites, resources…
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