Diigo users have probably noticed the cleaner, better organized design of your online library, but are you aware of the cool tools Diigo’s team has been building to really take advantage of v.5? Here’s a sample:
- Chrome users will enjoy the Awesome Screenshot extension to capture all or parts of any web page, annotate it with text, arrows, circles and other elements then save it in your Diigo library.
- Firefox and Internet Explorer users can also capture and annotate portions of web pages and save them in your Diigo library. Like bookmarks, you can include tags and share your captured images with groups and lists.
- There’s a new Power Note application for Android bringing all that Diigo goodness to your Android phone.
- iPad users can install the Web Highlighter in their Safari browser to bookmark, highlight and add sticky notes while you’re cruising the web.
- Last, but not least is the Offline Reader app for iPhone. With this you can save bookmarks in your Diigo library, view them online or download them for offline viewing. You can capture complete web sites for offline reading.
- There’s still a basic Diigolet for browsers that don’t support plugins.