Diigo.com has grown in popularity and yet, it contains several irksome features. These aren’t show-stoppers and I’m sure that the Diigo folks will eventually get to them. But one of the “features” of Diigo social bookmarking and annotation service that drive me crazy is the inability of users to delete their messages.

I don’t know about you, but I’m accustomed to keeping my email inbox down to zero or a handful of entries that just arrived. I manage to clean out my work email (several hundred emails there), and personal email gets cleaned out. It makes things easier to keep it all tidy…but I can’t do that in Diigo. 67 messages and counting–and I’m sure other Diigo users have more since I’ve occasionally left conversations that I was invited to but had no interest in participating in, whether it was lack of interest or nothing to contribute.

Wouldn’t it be a nice enhancement to drop in a checkbox next to the messages, including a DELETE ALL feature?


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