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Anyone uses Diigo here?

I've heard it can store pictures, docs, notes, bookmarks, songs, and I was thinking of trying it.. but does anyone know what's the storage limit ?

Nowhere did it state it's storage limit at all, but it'd just seems unlikely that they would give arbitrary storage for pics / docs / notes / songs / etc.

I mean if it's just 5GB then I'd wouldn't bother.

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With a free account you can't store very much - up to 30 images and cache 30 web pages. If you pay for a premium plan ($5 a month or $40 a year at time of writing), then it is unlimited. Full details are available on the pricing page.

Diigo isn't so much pitched at being a storage service as an enhanced bookmarking / organising service. More akin to Evernote than Dropbox and the like.

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Hmm "Unlimited"... What's the catch? – Pacerier Nov 9 '12 at 15:17
You only really get to store bookmarks, web pages and images so you'd be hard pressed to use a lot. Storage isn't expensive in any case, $40 a year will get you over 30GB of Amazon storage and $99 will get you 100GB on Dropbox. – John C Nov 10 '12 at 8:13
Unlimited storage of images.. hmmm, actually everything could be an image. We could have a 2gb video file converted to an image. – Pacerier Nov 13 '12 at 10:12

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