Diigo is a web-based information management system, designed for businesses of all sizes. It is a bookmarking tool that assists with web page annotation, file organization and file sharing using bookmarks, tags, highlights, sticky notes, and more.
- Group Posting
- Personal library
- Collect and organize anything
- Archived web pages
- Group-based Collaborative Research
- Personal Learning Network
- Post Management
- Collaborative Writing
- Group Posting
- Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based
- Live Online
Company Name: Diigo
The features it offers to collect articles and text snaps from the web and pdf are quite nice and can be really useful. The outliner and “live” annotation and capturing tool are great. It’s helpful to organize your “web-based” knowledge collection. Mobile as well
The interface doesn’t seem very friendly or organized at times. The use of pdfs is limited, especially on mobile phones, since you can not store the pdfs offline in the Diigo app. The download takes time and requires connection to the internet. The outline only allows for lists and you cannot freely write like in a notebook. That would realy be a great addition as well.
Diigo is user-friendly and easy to install. With Diigo, you can highlight texts easily on web pages as though you are doing it on paper. It is really easy to take notes with Diigo. Furthermore, it provides a platform to share useful resources amongst team members and with customers and clients. It also organizes your bookmarks in a very structured manner. I love using Diigo
I use this to do market research for different app products. It’s helpful to organize links and information on those links. Previously, I used to have to run around on different websites and scroll to find content within a link. Diigo makes it so much easier to find content that I use in the research. Mostly looking at reddit and forums, so this was very helpful for not having to scroll down repeatedly to find something
I loved how much easier to made my note taking and sharing when I do my work research online. Prior to this I was using about 3 different tools to keep track of the research material I was reading, temporarily bookmarking links and sharing the content. Diigo did all of that in one place which was fantastic. Also I loved that it just hooks right into your browser so there is no installation required (at least if you are using Chrome). All you have to do is to select text and then use the Diigo icon next to your mouse to save it, share or come back to it later. If you tend to do a lot of reading online then I cannot recommend it enough.